Food allergies not as common as many believe

02/1/2006 | Boston Globe (tiered subscription model), The

Medical research indicates that peanut allergies may not be as common as people believe, and they are surprisingly hard to diagnose, a pediatrician writes. One allergy advocacy group reports that while about 25% of parents believe their children have food allergies, only about 4% really do. And among those with true allergies, only a small fraction will have life-threatening reactions.

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