The number of American children with nut allergies has quadrupled in the past 13 years. New guidelines from the National Institutes of Health mark a shift in dietary advice, based on landmark research that found early exposure dramatically lowers a baby's chances of becoming allergic.
The number of American children with nut allergies has quadrupled in the past 13 years. New guidelines from the National Institutes of Health mark a shift in dietary advice, based on landmark research that found early exposure dramatically lowers a baby's chances of becoming allergic. Patrick Sison AP
The number of American children with nut allergies has quadrupled in the past 13 years. New guidelines from the National Institutes of Health mark a shift in dietary advice, based on landmark research that found early exposure dramatically lowers a baby's chances of becoming allergic. Patrick Sison AP

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