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Food allergies are becoming increasingly common and difficult to navigate for families. In fact, more than 32 million people have been diagnosed with food allergies in the U.S. and that number continues to climb. More than just a nuisance, food allergies can be potentially life threatening. As the threat of allergic reactions grows, more research has been focused on identifying how to test, treat, and prevent food allergies. Major clinical studies and guidelines now recommend that early and regular exposure to potential food allergens can help reduce the risk of a child developing a food allergy.