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I have 2 children already, my oldest does not have any food allergies where my youngest son has a severe peanut allergy. I recently have been going back and forth about having another child. My body...
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I read the list of safe candy given on this site. I was about to buy my son Hershey's plain chocolate personal size bars. Good thing I read the label. It says that it is processed on the SAME...
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For those with a PA child , did you breastfeed or formula feed or combination? For all, when did you first introduce solids? When did you introduce peanuts? Im so curious! Some sites are saying...
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My Family and I are moving to northeast,FL. Saint Johns County. My PN allergy daughter will be starting Kindergarten. Does anyone live in the area and can advise us on their policy regarding...
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We know that many of you are looking for PA-friendly snacks for your kids. If you sign up to receive our weekly newsletters you will get a PA-Friendly Snacks flyer in addition to news, advice, and...
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A research team at the University of Illinois has found a way to use a smart phone coupled with a small set of optical components to detect toxins, proteins, bacteria, viruses and other molecules....
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1st time poster, longtime mom with allergic kids. I need advice please! My 15 year old is in independent study high school because of managing many allergies. Airborne peanuts, fragrances and...
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I am new to caring for a newly diagnosed PA child. I just read a recent post from a parent complaining that her child cannot bring a PB sandwich to school just because of one PA child. The thread...
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I have a severe peanut allergy, so my family has given up eating any peanut products. I send my kids to school with almond butter or sunbutter sandwiches. My daughter brought home her sunbutter...
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Another cyberbullying Tweet I ran across and wish to share with you: "I'm going as a peanut allergy for Halloween." https://twitter.com/innakhandaker/status/380169089865359360 I find it disrespectful...
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What have others experiences been with Rice Dream milk as far as for being used as a milk substitute for peanut and treenut allergic kiddos? Is it safe?
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Hi, my son was diagnosed with a peanut allergy. He had one since he was 1 and outgrew it at age 3. He has been eating peanut butter regularly till about 6 months ago when he reacted to a new jar of...
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My son has a peanut and tree nut allergy. He will be playing the viola this fall. When reading, the information sheet I noted that the bow has to be rubbed with " wood rosin". When looking up rosin...
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Hi! Wondering if you could help me...In a few weeks, my husband and I are taking our 2year old peanut/tree nut allergic daughter on a Disney Cruise. As it is getting closer, I am getting more anxious...
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I have a son that is allergic to PN/TN, and is almost 4. How do you guys deal with going out to dinner, or weddings, or family events with food? I am deathly afraid of going out to a family dinner, I...
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My daughter has multiple life threatening food allergies, has since birth. We don't eat peanut butter or nuts in our house, to keep it safe for her. My husband decided to eat a peanut butter candy...
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Hello.. My three year old was diagnosed at 18 months due to hives around her mouth, swollen eyes and hands (wherever the PB had touched after she ate a PB&J). She's always had really low levels (...
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Can you request a classroom to be nut free, obviously restarting a school to be is out of question I'm sure, but is it to much to request a classroom to be nut free? My son is a severe nut kids only...
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I'm trying to learn all I can since my 18mnth old was just diagnosed with a cat. 4 peanut allergy last month. Few questions if anyone could help: -Is it ok for him to eat peas, beans, and other...
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My son just started pre-k last week and is severely allergic to peanuts. We spoke with the principal about it who stated that there would be signs put up and that my son would be safe, which doesn'...

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