There’s no consensus on why cases of food allergies have increased exponentially over the past generation or so, but Dr. Kevin Schaffer of Atlanta... Local allergists part of clinical trial work for peanut allergy

There’s no consensus on why cases of food allergies have increased exponentially over the past generation or so, but Dr. Kevin Schaffer of Atlanta Allergy and Asthma in Sandy Springs says he’s definitely seen an uptick. A prevailing notion is that — over time — we’ve become sanitized and sensitized. It’s called the hygiene hypothesis.

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