Regular fish intake during childhood may ward off allergies

04/11/2013 | MedicalDaily.com

Eating fish regularly between ages 1 and 12 was associated with a 74% lower risk of developing allergy symptoms, according to a Swedish study. Some parents have grown wary of feeding children fish because of concerns over high mercury levels, and the American Pregnancy Association provides guidance on species to avoid.

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