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Most doctors say that toddlers can have peanut butter by one year of age Parents have many different ideas about when... Read More
It may never be safe to begin feeding peanut butter to your baby or toddler if you have peanut allergies in your family... Read More
More than 300 million people live with asthma, nearly 25 million in the United States. For many sufferers, it’s all... Read More
There is no cure for food allergy, but at the 2012 annual meeting of American Academy of Allergy, Asthma &... Read More
How do I know if my child has a peanut allergy? Families who have food allergies are familiar with reading food labels... Read More
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Even a mild reaction could be far more severe the next time Young children are often sick and develop runny noses,... Read More
The senate passed the Food Safety Act back in 2010. It was the most sweeping legislation ever to protect consumers from... Read More
Taking a few hours now will save teachers time and trouble later Teachers can begin the new school year with a peanut-... Read More
While school violence is down, bullying is on the rise as are food allergies. The two dovetail in the creative and... Read More

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