The study appeared in the journal Gaceta Sanitaria.
The study, titled New Issue of Food Allergy: Phobia of Anaphylaxis in Pediatric Patients, was funded by the Children's Hospital of Philadelphia.
The exhibition of abnormal anxiety could be the result of increased levels of serotonin transporters in the amygdala region of the brain.
A thorough analysis of 22 studies showed high effectiveness for treating symptoms of anxiety by means of psychosocial interventions.
"Commissioned by the University of Phoenix, the survey found Americans have a wide variety of concerns at the current moment, with health — mental and physical — first on the list."
In adolescents, affective disorders may aid in more accurate diagnosis using neurobiological signatures through brain imaging, a new study finds.