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16% Reduction in Peanut Allergy Following Infant Guideline Changes

News   Feb 26, 2021 | Original story from the Murdoch Children’s Research Institute

 
16% Reduction in Peanut Allergy Following Infant Guideline Changes

Changes to food allergy guidelines has led to a 16 per cent decrease in peanut allergy among infants, according to new study. Credit: Christian Hermann.

 
 
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