Ask the Experts: Pine Nut Allergy; Cutting Board Safety; Choline and Brain Function

Expert views on healthy eating.

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Q. Are pine nuts a nut or seed, and should an adult with a severe nut allergy avoid them?
A. John Leung, MD, an allergist, co-director of the Food Allergy Center

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