Should pregnant women avoid peanuts to decrease their child’s risk of peanut allergy?
Areca nuts may be both carcinogenic and damaging to the liver.
Are there any other circumstances when otherwise healthy foods might be harmful? Fact or fiction: pregnant women should avoid peanuts to decrease their child’s risk of peanut allergy. Fact or fiction?
Where did anyone even get such an idea in the first place? From the American Academy of Pediatrics, but, they’re wrong. Says who?
The American Academy of Pediatrics. Who just reversed their position last year.
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