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Food allergies and sensitivities are on the rise. Almost everyone knows someone who has problems with at least one... Read More
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As an allergic skin reaction, the red, itchy welts that chronic hives create can cause pain and irritability,... Read More
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This question has an interesting answer that may surprise you. It is true that a chestnut is a nut. On the other hand,... Read More
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If you’ve dieted and exercised until you are a starving, sweaty mess and the weight still won’t come off, could a food... Read More
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This article was written exclusively for PeanutAllergy.com by Stephanie Sorkin, a mother of three, one of whom has... Read More
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An elimination diet consists of eliminating all foods that could possibly be causing you to have symptoms of peanut... Read More
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Up to a third of people in the United States believe they have a food allergy, according to The Journal of the American... Read More
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This article was written exclusively for PeanutAllergy.com by Bob Ashley, a 61-year-old city manager with a lifelong... Read More
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A quick quiz to help you to have an allergy-free Valentine's Day! Read More
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Make customized identification cards or badges for free online. If you are on a budget, but you need to wear some sort... Read More

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