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For anyone who has had a peanut allergy diagnosis, it is necessary to avoid eating peanuts entirely. However, almond... Read More
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Most young babies begin eating solid foods when they are still very young. According to the Mayo Clinic, solids should... Read More
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This three-part article was written exclusively for PeanutAllergy.com by The College Nut Case. It describes The College... Read More
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Children love to learn about new foods, especially when they are as colorful as the foods in this menu. To add learning... Read More
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Just like humans, dogs can also suffer from environmental and food allergies. A dog's immune system may begin to... Read More
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If you or someone you love has a severe peanut allergy, it can change the way you do everyday things – including... Read More
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This three-part article was written exclusively for PeanutAllergy.com by The College Nut Case. It describes The College... Read More
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Ephinephrine is a hormone and neurotransmitter secreted by the adrenal gland, located above the kidney. It is... Read More
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The American Academy of Allergy, Asthma & Immunology (AAAAI) estimates that 8 percent of children up to age 18... Read More
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You hear a lot about peanut allergies, but is it possible to also be allergic to walnuts? Walnuts are in the same... Read More

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