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Re: now honey and allergies

That is true for food allergies, but recent studies have shown that children growing up with dogs and cats in the house have fewer allergies than those with no exposure. Isn't the human body incredible?

On Sunday, September 7, 2003, at 09:18 PM, Theresa- yahoo wrote:
They also now advise against
giving kids under three years to most common allergy foods (peanuts,
shellfish, etc) in families with a history of allergies. Apparently
postponing exposure until later reduces the chances of developing allergies
to these foods. Interesting huh?

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