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Some 17 million Americans with food allergies are potentially only one bite away from a life-threatening situation. Marking National Asthma and Allergy Awareness Month, TODAY’s Al Roker is joined by 17 kids with food allergies to highlight EAT (End Allergies Together), an effort to fund research to find solutions to the growing allergy epidemic.