Study suggests peanut butter allergies can be prevented by embracing it at an early age

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(PIX11)-- A new study suggests that a peanut butter allergy can be prevented at a young age by embracing peanuts, not avoiding them.

Eating peanut products as a baby significantly reduces the risk of developing the allergy by 8- percent in high-risk infants, a study from the New England of Medicine suggests.

Dr. Bassett, an allergist and Heidi Bayer, Brooklyn Allergy Mom have more on the ground-breaking study.