martes, 28 de mayo de 2024

Introducing Peanut in Infancy Prevents Peanut Allergy into Adolescence NIH Study Finds Protection Lasts No Matter How Often Kids Eat Peanut in Later Childhood Feeding children peanut products regularly from infancy to age 5 years reduced the rate of peanut allergy in adolescence by 71%, even when the children ate or avoided peanut products as desired for many years. These new findings, from a study sponsored and co-funded by NIAID, provide conclusive evidence that achieving long-term prevention of peanut allergy is possible through early allergen consumption. The results were published today in the journal NEJM Evidence.

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