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Studies indicate it may take longer for kids to outgrow milk allergies than experts originally thought. Credit: Getty Images
Kids are supposed to outgrow milk allergies by the time they are 3 or 4 years old.Some kids, however, ...It may take some kids longer to kick milk allergy.
Three to 5 percent of the population is allergic to milk, eggs, peanuts, tree nuts or seafood, The New Yorker reports. Credit: Getty The perplexing world of childhood food allergies is enough to make any parent break out in hives. ...Experts believe early exposure may actually help prevent food allergies later in life.
My cousin and I sat together at a restaurant recently, drooling over the chocolate cake our family was passing around. "I can't have it because I gave up chocolate," I said. "I can't have it because my newborn is allergic to it," she replied. ...
By ingesting small, doctor-monitored quantities of peanuts and nuts, kids can be immunized against potentially deadly peanut allergies, according to a new study. By taking medically supervised doses of nuts, doctors hope that they can safely ...