Food Allergies in Children




Clara Lerma, Corporate Manager of Wellness Advantage with Baptist Health South Florida, says having a kid with food allergies involves the entire family.

She explains once parents make sure the house is a free zone for allergies, it is a routine to cook meals that are safe or go to restaurants that are also safe for food allergies and have been vetted before.

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