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Peanut Intake During Pregnancy and Risk of Childhood Allergy

1 June 2020


Peanut allergy is one of the most common lifelong food allergies seen amongst children and is also one of the most common causes of food-induced anaphylaxis and mortality. Given this, research was done about early prevention against the development of this common food allergen. The purpose of this critically appraised topic will serve to find the correlation between peanut allergy in children and whether or not maternal intake during pregnancy has any influence on reducing or increasing the childhood risk for peanut allergy.


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