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Researchers: Introduce Peanuts And Eggs Early To Decrease Child’s Risk of Allergy

For years, parents have been warned not to give their babies peanuts or eggs, lest they be allergic. But UK government officials are starting to rethink their previous recommendations, and other agencies could follow. The reason? A recent study analysis suggests that children may actually have a lower risk of developing an allergy if they are given allergy-inducing foods early on.
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