Tips to know when it comes to kids and food allergies

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Some kids who are headed back to school will have to pay close attention to what kind of food they encounter in the lunchroom or classrooms.

The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention says four out of every 100 children have some kind of food allergy.

In today's House Call, Dr. Aveline Quinlan with Eagle Pediatrics talks about ways to keep your child safe.

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