Researchers at Northumbria University in the UK seek to gain a greater understanding of the physical and mental realities of living with a food allergy with the goal of informing psychological treatment. Specifically, the study will examine whether those with food allergies differ from those without a diagnosed food allergy in terms of their life satisfaction and social interaction anxiety.
The study will consist of two groups of participants aged 18 and over: those formally diagnosed by a health professional as having a food allergy and those without a food allergy. All participants must not have been diagnosed with an anxiety condition.
To help in their efforts, learn more about the research, and see if you qualify, please click here for their survey.