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Juice here, I am now 20 years old, my entire life I had wanted to serve in the Canadian Armed Forces. It wasn't just a boy thing really, but I admired all the work we do as peacekeepers and always...
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Are You or Your Child(ren) Allergic to Peanuts? I am seeking volunteers to participate in a 1 hour phone interview to discuss a product concept that could potentially benefit children and adults who...
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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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