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3.6 Percent Of Americans Found To Have Food Allergies Or Intolerances

A new study by researchers at Brigham and Women's Hospital finds that women and people of Asian descent are the most at risk and that shellfish is the most common allergen.
Researchers from Brigham and Women's Hospital say shellfish is the most common food allergen to afflict Americans. Source: Roberto Machado Noa

Researchers are giving us new insight into the problem of food allergies and intolerances. A new study out of Brigham and Women's Hospital finds 3.6 percent of Americans

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