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New Advice: Peanuts In Baby's Diet Can Prevent Scary Allergy


New Advice: Peanuts In Baby's Diet Can Prevent Scary Allergy
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me.—Most babies are low-risk, and parents can introduce peanut-based foods along with other solids, usually around 6 months.—Building tolerance requires making peanut-based foods part of the regular diet, about three times a week.What's the evidence? Firs

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