New guidelines aim to stop kids' peanut allergies before they start


A rising number of U.S. children are allergic to peanuts, and doctors still aren’t sure why.

But experts are increasingly convinced that feeding peanut-containing foods to infants can lower their chances of developing an allergy later in life.

To that end, a national panel of allergy specialists has created the first-ever guidelines that show parents and health care providers how and when to introduce all infants to peanuts. 

Researchers say their goal is to shield future generations of children from dangerous food allergiesRead more…

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Source: Mashable

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