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Food Allergies on the Rise in American Children

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    The first federal study of food allergies in children by the Centers for Disease Control (CDC) found a steep increase in such allergies over the last decade. What accounts for the rise in diagnoses and hospitalizations? Is the severity of food allergies also increasing? Amy Branum, lead author of the CDC's study and a statistician at the National Center for Health Statistics, illustrates recent figures on pediatric food allergies with host Dr. Ketan Sheth.

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    The first federal study of food allergies in children by the Centers for Disease Control (CDC) found a steep increase in such allergies over the last decade. What accounts for the rise in diagnoses and hospitalizations? Is the severity of food allergies also increasing? Amy Branum, lead author of the CDC's study and a statistician at the National Center for Health Statistics, illustrates recent figures on pediatric food allergies with host Dr. Ketan Sheth.

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