Peanut sensitivity

Peanut allergies are considered one of the more severe allergies. Unlike many other allergies, such as milk, children with this allergy usually do not outgrow it.  In addition to a peanut allergy, a peanut intolerance can also occur, where symptoms tend to be less severe. Researchers have proposed that there are at least 12 different allergens in peanuts.

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