Research finds no link to allergy in babies from nuts and milk

06/7/2011 | Reuters

There's no link between babies' consumption of nuts and milk before age 6 months and prevention of allergic reaction, according to a Dutch study published in Archives of Pediatrics & Adolescent Medicine. "There does not seem to be a need to avoid solid foods, or allergenic foods, in young children who are otherwise well," said Dr. Scott Sicherer, an expert in childhood allergies.

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