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Cracking the Peanut Allergy – USDA Program Provides Doctors a Way to Help Children

Doctors and scientists have discovered a way to reduce the chances of children developing a common and sometimes deadly allergy. Recent studies have found that peanut allergies can be prevented in a high percentage of cases by introducing children to peanut-containing foods while they are still infants.

 

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