Number of children with food allergies has gone up 18% and number seeking treatment at ER has tripled since 1993. 8.9% of U.S. children had experienced atopic dermatitis in 2007, compared with 7.9% in 1997. Food allergies in children, including peanut allergy, have increased by nearly 20% in the last 10 years http://bit.ly/3AjDHQMedical news tweets are not research articles - they are 140-character messages - please always go to the original source, links, etc. Tweets and links do not represent endorsement, approval or support. Image source: OpenClipArt.org, public domain.
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