Adult-onset food allergies are becoming more common, with women most at risk

A recent article from the Chicago Tribune discusses adult-onset food allergies.

According to a study published in January, adult-onset food allergies are becoming increasingly common, with almost 11% of U.S. adults having food allergies, some of which carried over from childhood, but about 48% were reported as new in the study.

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Nearly 11 percent of U.S. adults have food allergies, some of which carried over from childhood, but about 48% were reported as new, a recent study found.

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