Adult Peanut Allergies Present Workplace Challenges

Schools across the country enforce strict nut-free policies to protect kids who suffer from peanut allergies, the third most common food allergy among American children, according to the Asthma and Allergy Foundation of America. But what happens when peanut-allergic kids grow up and leave the sanctity of the school environment that so diligently guards against exposure to the allergen? About 1 percent of adults suffer from peanut allergies ranging from mild to life-threatening. However,...Full Story
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