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Gertie Greyling January 16, 2022

are there written information we can provide to parents in this matter

Onyi Mechler March 18, 2022

I think the question I get the most is that if a parent has a peanut allergy should they avoid giving peanuts to their child, especially if this will likely not be a common part of their diet. This activity did not classify this group as high risk except if they have severe eczema or severe egg allergy.


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