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Peanuts and straight peanut butter are a choking hazard for infants, doctors say, but a bit of watered-down puree of peanut butter, starting at around 6-months-old, can help prevent peanut allergies. Brian Hagiwara/Getty Images hide caption

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Hey, Baby, Meet Peanuts: How And When To Safely Introduce The Food

Giving infants peanut puree as one of their first solid foods can help prevent peanut allergies, research has shown. To do that safely, start early — and only after checking with your doctor.

This image is from lab-grown brain tissue — a minibrain — infected by Zika virus (white) with neural stem cells in red and neuronal nuclei in green. Courtesy of Xuyu Qian and Guo-li Ming hide caption

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'Minibrains' Could Help Drug Discovery For Zika And For Alzheimer's

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At Least 500,000 Seoul Protesters Demand Korean President Resign

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One Way To Bridge The Political Divide: Read The Book That's Not For You

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New York police officers block the street during a protest against U.S. President-elect Donald Trump in front of Trump Tower on Nov. 12, 2016 in New York. Americans spilled into the streets Saturday for a new day of protests against Trump, even as he appeared to back away from the fiery rhetoric that propelled him to the White House. Kena Betancur/AFP/Getty Images hide caption

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Post-Election, Conversations About Race 'Sparked A New Sense Of Urgency'

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Safety Of Painkiller Celebrex Affirmed In New Study

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Peanuts and straight peanut butter are a choking hazard for infants, doctors say, but a bit of watered-down puree of peanut butter, starting at around 6-months-old, can help prevent peanut allergies. Brian Hagiwara/Getty Images hide caption

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Hey, Baby, Meet Peanuts: How And When To Safely Introduce The Food

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