New Guidelines Tell Parents When To Introduce Babies To Peanut Products By maggie cornwell

About the Article: The author as Rebecca Hersher at npr news. This was written on January 5, 2017.

Who?: Children 3 and younger.

What is this about?: New Guidelines about when children should be introduced to peanuts.

Why should you know?: This is important to know because now we may have a way to reduce peanut allergy by 86%.

When?:This happened yesterday 1/5/17.

Where?: National Institutes of Health.

In a nut shell: In a nutshell we are reducing peanut allergy by 86% but there is more behind that Rebecca Hersher reporter for npr said “After multiple recent studies showing that feeding peanut-containing foods to infants can reduce the risk of peanut allergies”.

Reflection: After this I am ecstatic that we are getting rid of 86% of peanut allergy.

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