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I am doing a study on how peanut allergies are affecting the restaurant industry. Please help by doing a quick 10 question survey so that we may be able to close the gap between consumers with peanut...
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I am a senior in culinary school trying to write a paper on the effects of peanut allergies on the hospitality industry. It would really help me out a lot if you could fill out this survey that asks...
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Has anyone used a self tanning product that is PN, TN, and shellfish (Some have glucosamine) free? Is there a safe product? Thankyou so much for any info!
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I've done a lot of research, but I'm still new to this peanut allergy thing. How careful do I need to be around food that may not be peanut-free? Do I need to restrict my kids and my husband from...
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hi all! Having a new adult PA member, I realized that I don't have an idea of how many "adults who grew up with PA" there are now on the boards. So - just a roll call of who you are, how old, how...
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So, I am getting married in about a year and a half and I was talking with my wedding planner about wedding cakes earlier. One of my good friends offered to plan the wedding for free, and I was...
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Hey everyone, i am kinda new to this but ill try my best so here goes: My name is Kaylee, im 14 years old and I've been allergic to peanuts since i was about 4 or 5 years old. I don't have a bad...
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I've asked this question before but there are some new adult PA members. I'm curious if any of you have PA reactions that are ONLY gastrointestinal?
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i'm eighteen and i've been allergic to peanuts my whole life. i had a few minor reactions when i was really young and my first (and only) anaphylactic one when i was two. since i was so young and i...
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I have multiple food allergies (peanuts, tree nuts, shellfish, seafood). Ever since being diagnosed 10+ years ago, I've been anxious about having a reaction. And I've never had one. What I'm finding...
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Hi, I am a 20-year old who developed a nut allergy when I was 15-years old. Although I have only had 2 serious reactions that have landed me in the hospital it still leaves an impact on me today. My...
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I am wondering have any other women seen a correlation with increased allergic reactions a few days before their monthly cycle is to begin? I seem to be noticing a pattern for me and wondered if...
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Hi Everyone.... I am 35, and so new to this.....Saturday I had my very first reaction to raw pnuts. It happened so fast, I almost didn't know what was happening....In about 2 mins, my eyes just...
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I'm considering starting a livejournal community (possibly to expand into a website) specifically for adults with severe nut (and maybe general food, depending on feedback) allergies. I've been...
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I'm deliberately posting here, not in the travel forum, because I want solely to ask allergic adults :) Where are you from and what countries have you been to? How have you found eating while...
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I had a reaction this weekend, and we don't know to what. I did use a seasoning packet (McCormick- called the company, no peanuts), but the rest was fresh veg. and some wine. Anyway, I took a...
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I recently ended up in the hospital and am trying to figure out what happened. I recently was diagnosed with asthma, had a cough for about 2 months. This week, I experienced two episodes. Here were...
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Am living abroad (in South Korea) and I have a note w. my PA and TNA allergy spelled out, but even when I ask the proprietors/waiters and they come back saying that there are no nuts in anything, I'm...
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Hey, so i've heard that acupuncture can help with allergies, i've specifically heard that they might be able to help with my peanut allergy. I've heard that it might be able to lessen my reaction...
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Doesn't matter if you're adult onset or have had PA forever and a day. I was thinking about this this week when my son called me from a group he goes to each week. Now, Jess man has been reading...

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