USA: Severe food allergies increasing among children
Oversensitive immune systems in children may be contributing to a rise in food allergies. The number of patients who present at hospital casualty departments with severe food allergies has risen to 30,000 per year, reports MSNBC News. About half of these cases derive from peanut allergies. Some 200 people die following food allergy crises every year.
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