12/14/2007

A growing number of children have milk or egg allergies, and fewer of them outgrow their conditions, two new studies suggest. Those who manage to overcome allergies do so in late childhood or adolescence, compared with two decades ago, when such allergies were frequently outgrown by age 3. These results may indicate that food allergies are now more potent, researchers noted.

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