Recent publication showed there are significant peanut proteins in household dust.
But what is the relevance of this study, and how does it apply to the development of allergies?
The best course of action to deal with eczema, and potentially prevent the development of allergies, should be:
(In due course, I will publish more information regarding eczema and the best way to take care of it.)
(Main article – “Mass spectrometry confirmation that clinically important peanut protein allergens are in household dust”; Helen A. Brough, Elizabeth Naomi Clare Mills, Kerry Richards, Gideon Lack, Philip E. Johnson; 04 October 2019)
Dr Costa is a Consultant Paediatrician and fellow of the Royal College of Paediatrics and Child Health.