Jennifer Couzin-Frankel

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Since 2006, parents whose children are high-risk for peanut allergy have been told to keep them away from peanuts until they turned three.

How Eating Peanuts Can Prevent Peanut Allergies

Since 2006, parents whose children are high-risk for peanut allergy have been told to keep them away from peanuts until they turned three.

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