Peanut Allergy Teen Blog

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By immisb on Mon, 03-26-12, 00:09

Hi, my name's Imogen, I'm 17 and have a severe peanut allergy, along with many other, less severe allergies to macadamia nuts, cats, dogs, moulds, pollen, etc etc!
I've also moved out of home, ''into the big wide world'' so to speak, and for the last two months or so I've been writing a blog, about anaphylaxis, allergies and asthma. I write about my experiences, charity work I take part it, talks with MP's about allergy care, and also information about asthma and anaphylaxis, to try and raise awareness and interest into allergies, and to challenge the stereotype..

I've had some really positive feedback and reactions from friends and family, so please, if you have a couple of minutes, follow the link and see what you think - share it around if you like it and please feel free to comment on anything!

http://www.no-peanut.blogspot.co.uk

Thank you very very much,
Immi

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By Chelsea K. Sonksen on Tue, 10-23-12, 20:50

Hi Imogen,

I just tried to view your blog, but I got an error message saying the blog doesn't exist. Perhaps you copied the URL wrong? I'd love to read your blog, so post the address again if you have a chance!

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