Test separates serious milk allergies from mild

03/1/2010 | HealthDay News

A new blood test can help identify children with milk allergies who are able to tolerate some dairy products as long as they have been heated, such baked-milk products. Researchers say the test, which measures immunoglobulin E antibodies, will help make diet planning easier for the estimated 75% of milk-allergic children who can safely ingest heated milk.

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