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School food bans don’t prevent allergic reactions and can stigmatize kids: McMaster-led study

Banning food items like peanuts in schools and daycares isn’t effective in preventing allergic reactions, according to a literature review led by Hamilton’s McMaster University that includes recommendations from an international panel.
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