For years, parents of babies at high-risk of developing a peanut allergy were told to hold off feeding them peanut-containing foods. Recent studies have led the American Academy of Pediatrics to change its stance and reconsider that approach.
Diane Tenenbaum, M.D. from St. Peter’s Family Health Center, a practice of St. Peter’s Health Partners Medical Associates (SPHPMA), was interviewed for a segment on WNYT-NewsChannel 13 on how parents may want to adjust their mindset when it comes to peanut allergies.
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