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Allergy specialist Professor Susan Prescott from the Telethon Kids Institute gives her tips on how to introduce peanuts and other allergens into your child's diet safely.
Toddlers will now get an extra dose of the whooping cough vaccine thanks to research by the Telethon Kids Institute.
Telethon Kids Institute nutritionist Dr Roslyn Giglia says Australians are needlessly spending over 500 million dollars a year on bottled water, when in fact tap water is the healthiest option.
Allergy specialist Professor Susan Prescott from the Telethon Kids Institute gives her tips on how you can help prevent your child from developing a food allergy.