Food allergies are on the rise, with more and more children suffering from bad reactions to things they eat. These can be as harmless as a rash or as serious as an inability to breathe—and sometimes even death.
Peanuts are a particularly common culprit; nut allergies more than tripled between 1997 and 2008 in U.S. children. Will there ever be a cure?
Dr. Scott Sicherer shares exciting research developments that may make life safer for people with peanut and other food allergies.
He explains why people should be hopeful—studies on several cutting-edge treatments are in the pipeline, and new therapies may soon be FDA-approved.
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