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Is Soy-Based Formula Better Than Cow’s Milk Formula?

Should parents choose a soy-based infant formula over cow's milk-based formula? more


When Can I Introduce Peanuts?

How concerned should parents be about peanut allergy and when is it a safe time to introduce peanuts? more


Can I Reduce My Child’s Risk Of Celiac Disease?

Will my child develop celiac disease if there is a family history of the condition? more


Do I Need To Follow A Special Diet While Breastfeeding?

Should breastfeeding mothers avoid certain foods, especially if they have fussy babies? more


Understanding Food Allergies

What do peanuts, cow’s milk, and shellfish have in common? They are among the eight foods (see them here) that account for 90 percent of all food allergies—a disease that experts say is on the rise. According to a recent... more


Peanut Allergy: What You Need To Know

Updated August 13, 2015 Peanut allergy in the U.S. has quadrupled over the last 13 years, and peanuts are the leading cause of food allergy-related anaphylaxis and death. Peanut allergy is an over-reaction of the immune system to a protein that... more


Can I Eat Peanuts If I Am Breastfeeding?

Can a mother eat peanuts and breastfeed without worrying about her baby developing a peanut allergy? more

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Signs Your Child Has A Food Allergy

What is a food allergy? A food allergy is an immune system response to something the body ingests—that something is called an allergen. If your body thinks the allergen is harmful it creates antibodies to fight it. A food intolerance is often... more


Common Food Allergies

Does your child have a food allergy? Read on to learn about allergies, how common they are in children, symptoms, and more. more


Understanding Galactosemia

Galactosemia is a rare metabolic disorder passed through genes from parents to their children. Galactosemia occurs in approximately 1 in 60,000 births in the United States (U.S.). Children with galactosemia are unable to breakdown (metabolize) galactose, a simple sugar. Galactose... more