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If you’re a kid living in the city, you’re a lot more likely to have a food allergy than if you live out a farm. In fact, you’re also more likely to have a food allergy than kids living in your city’s suburbs or in adjacent small towns, with the gap growing as the population [...]
Children living in U.S. cities are much more likely to have food allergies than kids in rural areas, according to a large study published in Pediatrics.
Media Release October 19, 2010 from the Johns Hopkins Children’s Center An estimated 2.5 percent of Americans – 7.5 million people – have at least one food allergy and young black children with asthma appear to be at the highest risk, according to findings from what is believed to be the largest food allergy study [...]