Why do some people outgrow their allergies and some don’t?

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    In general, the effects of year-round allergies, such as to dander and dust, seem to improve as children get older. Kids with allergies may also experience a respite from their allergies during puberty. Researchers are still trying to pinpoint the reason that some children outgrow food allergies while others don’t. The positive thing about food allergies is that childhood allergies to soy, wheat, milk, and eggs are usually outgrown by late childhood.

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