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outgrow

verb To change the relationship with a condition or structure by dint of ↑ age or size; while children outgrow clothing, and certain behaviors, they rarely outgrow diseases–eg, asthma
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4) Lastly, children who had their first food allergy reaction earlier in life were more likely to outgrow their allergy, regardless or allergen, severity, or symptoms.
Moreover, the study suggests that while most children do indeed outgrow sting allergies, many don't.
Moreover, fewer than half of all symptomatic adults were using medication, and just one in four were under a physician's care, suggesting that many adults don't outgrow asthma so much as they ignore it.
3) Once children outgrow their forward-facing seat (usually around age 4 and 40 pounds), they should ride in booster seats, in the back seat, until the vehicle seat belts fit properly.
If you have a low milk-specific IgE, less than 2 on the ImmunoCAP test, about [65%] of babies outgrow their allergy" by 30 months.
He has friends and a girlfriend, all of whom hope that he will outgrow his delusion.
DENVER -- Children who outgrow peanut allergy probably do so permanently Dr.
What's more, while many children outgrow allergies to other foods, he says, "most people don't outgrow a peanut allergy.
OTHER women to become famous and outgrow their partners include Spice Girl Victoria Beckham, TV hosts Anthea Turner and Carol Vorderman and ex weathergirl Ulrika Jonsson.
In "Love and the Enemy," he exhorts black leadership (and we, the people, too) to outgrow reactive rage.
3) Once children outgrow their forward facing seat (usually around age 4 and 40 pounds), they should ride in booster seats, in the back seat, until the vehicle seat belts fit properly.
Group chief executive Rob Lloyd said: "When we moved to a 10,000 sq ft suite of offices less than two years ago, we never dreamed that we would outgrow the building so quickly, but the company has expanded so rapidly since then and is continuing to do so.