The recommendations to avoid peanuts and tree nuts during pregnancy have been rescinded. The current study, from Boston Children's Hospital and published Dec. 30 in the Journal of the American Medical Assn. Pediatrics, found that women who ate nuts more than five times a month had the lowest incidence of allergic children. (Kirk McKoy/Los Angeles Times/MCT)
The recommendations to avoid peanuts and tree nuts during pregnancy have been rescinded. The current study, from Boston Children's Hospital and published Dec. 30 in the Journal of the American Medical Assn. Pediatrics, found that women who ate nuts more than five times a month had the lowest incidence of allergic children. (Kirk McKoy/Los Angeles Times/MCT) Kirk McKoy MCT
The recommendations to avoid peanuts and tree nuts during pregnancy have been rescinded. The current study, from Boston Children's Hospital and published Dec. 30 in the Journal of the American Medical Assn. Pediatrics, found that women who ate nuts more than five times a month had the lowest incidence of allergic children. (Kirk McKoy/Los Angeles Times/MCT) Kirk McKoy MCT

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