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Child snacking. 20-month-old girl. (c) Lemoine
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Peanut fruits. (c) Herve Conge
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Peanuts.
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Woman eating peanuts.
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Illustration of a pregnant woman.
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Human development. An image of a fetus in the third trimester of pregnancy is shown.
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Pregnant woman eating. Pregnant woman at the beginning of her ninth month of pregnancy. (c) Jose Oto
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Portrait of a pregnant woman. (c) Villareal
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Hand holding a bunch of peanuts.
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Child snacking. (c) Chassenet
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Peanut fruits. (c) Herve Conge
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Peanuts. (c) Stefan Abtmeyer
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Atopic dermatitis on the cheek of a child.
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Atopic dermatitis (an allergy-related skin disorder) on the face of a child.
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Close-up of an urticaria (hives) on the body of an 11 year old girl. Hives are raised, often itchy, red welts on the skin caused by an allergic reaction.
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Caucasian infant afflicted by atopic eczema. This is a pruritic inflammation of the skin typically caused by an allergicreaction, with strong family tendencies. Atopic eczema is c haracterized by redness, itching, and oozing vesicular lesions that become scaly, crusted, or hardened.
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Peanuts in the shell in a wicker basket lined with a red andwhite plaid cloth.
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Girl, 8 months old, eating peanuts.
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Woman eating peanuts.
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Close-up of peanuts in the shell. Peanuts are a common food allergen.
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A recent study in JAMA Pediatrics indicates that women who eat peanuts during pregnancy may help prevent later nut allergies in their child. The study is not conclusive but researchers believe that there is a 31% reduced risk with early exposure to the allergen.
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A recent study in JAMA Pediatrics indicates that women who eat peanuts during pregnancy may help prevent later nut allergies in their child. The study is not conclusive but researchers believe that there is a 31% reduced risk with early exposure to the allergen.
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A recent study in JAMA Pediatrics indicates that women who eat peanuts during pregnancy may help prevent later nut allergies in their child. The study is not conclusive but researchers believe that there is a 31% reduced risk with early exposure to the allergen.
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A recent study in JAMA Pediatrics indicates that women who eat peanuts during pregnancy may help prevent later nut allergies in their child. The study is not conclusive but researchers believe that there is a 31% reduced risk with early exposure to the allergen.
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