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Blood allergy tests can help identify what you are allergic to According to the American College of Allergy, Asthma... Read More
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Kids don’t like to stand out for the wrong reasons, so a medical ID bracelet can be a tough sell for young girls.... Read More
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According to the U.S. National Library of Medicine, some countries, like China, have a lower incidence of peanut... Read More
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Parents should be aware of possible food allergies when their kids try new foods The most frightening thing about a... Read More
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It depends on the baby and family history There is no one answer to the question of whether you should feed a baby... Read More
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What is salmonella and where does it come from? Salmonella is bacteria that lives in the intestines of animals and... Read More
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Every allergy season presents challenges which need to be managed. The allergy season is lasting longer and coming on... Read More
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PeanutAllergy.com wanted to learn more Columbia University's student dining program, so we spoke with full-time dining... Read More
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Eliminating peanut butter is the best way to handle a rash caused by this food If your baby or toddler develops a rash... Read More
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Treating an allergic reaction depends on whether it is mild or severe Peanuts cause more severe food allergic reactions... Read More

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