We thank Sanofi and Regeneron® for their sponsorship of this blog post to help people learn about conditions caused in part by type 2 inflammation. This is a sponsored post and is not an endorsement of any company or its products, nor is it a guarantee of a product’s safety. The funding we received for this sponsorship helps support our free asthma and allergy programs. When Shreaya was just 2 years old, she was diagnosed with a food allergy. She also had eczema. Her mom – who is a doctor –…
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