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DD was thrilled when the Quaker nut-free granola bars made it to our house. They have been a staple on my shelf (for the whole family), with the preference given to the choc.chip (kids) and the Rocky...
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I should have remembered this! (when in doubt eat poached eggs). A few days ago I was at the Southern Hills Marriott in Tulsa, Oklahoma. I didn't have a rental car so had no choice but to eat at...
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I posted this on the media section, but thought it was valuable to consider here in light of how fast the reactions happened in these incidents. I plan on keeping a copy of this artoc;e to show...
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I am typing at the kitchen table as I have Miles in his high chair to watch him. Epi pen is out and ready to go. A little while ago while crawling around the kitchen-he pops a little something in...
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one athlete's at my kids' gymnastics gym had a serious reaction monday night. like my kids, he has several food allergies with the most serious being peanut. he also has asthma. he is somewhat...
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At the end of this school year, when we are on our way out of our unsafe and unprotective school district, I would like to give some of the administrators a copy of the "In Memory" thread on this...
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Not sure where I should post this.... I have been using Nice 'n Easy by Clairol for years. I always do the test on the inside of my arm before colouring. This last weekend - I reacted to it. Not a...
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has anybody read about an 18 yr old who died from an undiagnosed peanut allergy in Dallas? My dad who lives there said he read an obituary - but he didn't save it thought it might be too morbid for...
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My 4 yr old DS is PA. A friend invited us to sit in their company's box at a baseball game. Her daughter and a few others were eating peanuts. I thought DS would only react if he ingested peanuts...
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Hello, I am new to this board, and dont get me wrong I am really hoping I dont belong here becuase I love Peanuts. First of all I have never had an issue eating peanuts my whole life. After my second...
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DD has developed her nut allergies slowly - almonds/hazelnuts at 8 years, peanut and cashew at 19. Allergist wasn't worried about 'may contains' or other nuts. DD wasn't either, and thought I was...
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Hello, This is off the subject ,but I need help! My son has PA and I need a sitter/ nanny. If you are in the Houston Area or know someone in the area, please give them my email address [email]...
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Hi, We have a couple of kids at my sons day care whose parents say that they are just mildly allergic to peanuts and can have them 1-2 times a week according to their doctors. This alarmed me a...
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Last night I ate at Ponderosa. I eat there a couple times a month and everything typically is fine. I have been on a diet and have lost 20 pounds since January. But last night I totally overate...
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Today I got the call we all dread. Becky(PA) was feeling ill at school after eating lunch in the school canteen. She'd eaten part of a cheeseburger, it didnt taste quite right so she'd only had half...
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DD had a mystery reaction on Saturday - we think it may possibly have been a cake that was on a table near her. Anyway, she got quite extreme hives all over her neck and started sneezing - about 6...
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Ok, I am feeling pretty dumb tonight. Although my DD's allergist, fairly laid back woman, never said to avoid mango...never really spoke to me about cross reactivity and such, I gave my cashew...
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My 3yo Peanut and Tree nut allergic son just ate an Entenmanns Multi Grain Chocolate Chip Raisin Cereal Bar (nuts were not listed in the ingredients). I noticed he now has a few small hives on his...
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Last Saturday night I participated in a fund raiser for abused kids that included dinner. I called the restaurant in advance and the person I spoke to checked with the chef and assured me that...
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My DD (no known Food Alleries) broke out in Hives today right after eating a piece of Margerita Pizza at our Target Pizza Hut. Any idea what could have caused this? If it had been my son I would...

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