Why Avoiding Peanuts to Avoid an Allergy Can be a Bad Strategy

by ParentCo. April 25, 2016

New research on potential allergens fits with a wider hypothesis that complete avoidance of risky substances doesn’t work well.
Source: Avoiding Peanuts to Avoid an Allergy Is a Bad Strategy for Most via New York Times


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