Two new ARCH Lab papers have examined psychopathology in adolescents and young adults with food allergies. The first paper, entitled, “Condition-specific associations of symptoms of depression and anxiety in adolescents and young adults with asthma and food allergy” was published in the Journal of Asthma and showed that whereas asthma was linked to symptoms of depression, young people with food allergy were at increased risk for symptoms of anxiety in adolescence. In addition, food allergy was associated with anxiety that persisted from adolescence to young adulthood. The second paper, entitled, “Emotional and behavioral problems in adolescents and young adults with food allergy” was published in Allergy. This study showed that even after controlling or other comorbid conditions, adolescents with food allergy were at increased risk for depression, anxiety, and ADHD. Risk for these mental health problems, particularly depression, was sustained as adolescents matured into young adulthood.