Early introduction could help food allergy prevention

Tanya Plibersek opens John Tan's food allergy clinic
Introducing children to allergenic foods earlier may help prevent them developing a food allergy, says a paediatric allergist at the Woolcock Institute of Medical Research in Sydney. Australian parents have long been told to keep egg, peanuts and other allergy-triggering foods out of their baby's diet when they first start solids to help dodge allergies,

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