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Early or late introduction – are we getting sidetracked on peanut allergies?

The peanut allergy explosion has certainly led to a great deal of research as to the cause. Some experts have suggested that a delay in introducing these allergenic foods is booting the risk for allergy.  Research has demonstrated that when babies are fed peanut at an earlier age, they are less likely to develop allergies. […]

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Peanut allergies: is vitamin D the missing link?

Have you watched little ones as they are slathered with sunscreen? Parents are indeed taking heed of safe sun practices when it comes to their youngsters. But simply shunning the sun may be taking its toll.  There is a second part to this health strategy that’s often overlooked:  getting vitamin D. The sunshine vitamin is […]

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