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An epinephrine auto injector is a medical device used to deliver a dose of epinephrine (or adrenaline) to treat a... Read More
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What do you carry to treat your peanut allergy symptoms? Epinephrine is commonly used to treat anaphylaxis, a severe... Read More
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Epinephrine (or adrenaline) is used to treat anaphylaxis, a severe allergic reaction to peanuts, bee stings, and other... Read More
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Soy is one of the top eight food allergens along with peanuts, eggs, wheat, tree nuts, fish, shellfish, and dairy.... Read More
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There are a number of conditions which leave skin red and itchy. Sun rash and sun allergy are often used to describe... Read More
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This article was written exclusively for PeanutAllergy.com by Amy Mogel, the mom of a 16-year-old son with peanut and... Read More
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Rarely does a parent anticipate having a baby with allergies. Having initial suspicions or getting that first diagnosis... Read More
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Make sure to have the correct information on your medical alert bracelet. If you are allergic to peanuts or have... Read More
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A couple of the most common reactions to a food allergen are hives and itching. The itching can be mild to severe.... Read More
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Food allergies can have serious consequences. People with a peanut allergy need to be especially careful about what... Read More

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