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MINNEAPOLIS (WCCO) – New research shows many children will outgrow their allergy to a common food — eggs.

More than half of all children who are allergic to eggs will outgrow the problem by age 7.

And a second study brings good news for those who don’t outgrow them, as 56 percent of children are able to eat eggs in baked products such as cakes and breads.

Doctors do warn parents not to experiment at home.

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