Because more children now live with food allergies than in decades past, at what point should a physician suspect that a patient might have a food allergy? What gastrointestinal symptoms are most common in children with food allergies? Dr. Scott Sicherer, associate professor of pediatrics at Mount Sinai School of Medicine in New York, reviews the most effective ways to diagnose and manage children with food allergies. Surprisingly, Dr. Sicherer says skin prick testing should not be the first diagnostic step. So what should physicians do when they suspect a child might have food allergies? Dr. Todd Mahr hosts.