Public, doctors alike confused about food allergies

Little evidence supports common strategies for preventing allergic reactions, new report concludes

common food allergies

WATCH WHAT YOU EAT  Peanuts, eggs and other foods can cause allergic reactions in people, but the public and medical community are confused when it comes to preventing, diagnosing and treating such allergies, says a new report.

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