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September 24, 2013 12:00 AM

Kids’ food allergies cost U.S. nearly $25 billion a year, study finds

Children’s allergies to peanuts, dairy and other foods cost the U.S. nearly $25 billion a year, according to the first survey to come up with a comprehensive price tag for a condition that affects 8 percent of American kids.

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