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Has anyone had a reaction to sunscreen, lip balm, or any other item that is applied to the skin? I am most concerned about lip balm because it could obviously be ingested. Badger talks about the...
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Does anyone know how to get "fresh" Epi-Pen Jrs? I have read that they're supposed to last at least two years. I've checked with about a dozen pharmacies in the area (I live in northern Virginia)...
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Is there a rule/law/written decree somewhere that says an epi pen needs to be "good" for one year from the time it is dispensed to the patient? Is there a minimum time length that an epi must be...
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Has anyone had a reaction to sunscreen, lip balm, or any other item that is applies to the skin? I am most concerned about lip balm because it could obviously be ingested. Badger talks about the...
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We have outdated EpiPens and need to find a place to turn them in. The pharmacies do not take them and I am unable to find anywhere to dispose of them. Thanks, Dianne
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My niece with PA had a reaction to a Dole Strawberry Banana smoothie. The dr is doing testing to see if she has other food allergies, but I was wondering if anyone else had experienced this problem...
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I can't for the life of me find the post where someone listed a safe lip balm but it struck a chord in me because my P/TN allergic daughter LOVES her Chapstick (with no problem)! I see the first...
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Be careful what lip balm, sun block/sunscreen, and other skin care products you use with a peanut or other allergy. Some are not made in a peanut free facility! The Badger company, which produces...
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If peanuts or a peanut product got on your iPhone, iPad, or smartphone screen or cover, what is the best way to handle it? Apple says not to use Windex or any household or glass cleaner. I can't be...
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Are there any peanut free dog treats that you feel safe using? Have purchased a couple of different brands and had to return them because they were made on shared equipment with peanut products....
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I posted a request the other day for you to participate in a market survey for a potential device to test for peanuts in food at home, at a friends house, etc. To date, I've had zero response,...
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Hi. This is nowhere near as severe as my peanut allergy but I have some crazy reaction to wooden ice cream sticks. Just looking at somebody with a wooden stick in there mouth or eating ice cream on...
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My 13 month old has a severe peanut allergy and I accidentally ate ice cream labeled may contain nuts. How soon till I can breastfeed safely
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None of the stores in my area (WF, Shaw's, Stop and Shop) carry Sunbutter brand, which I would like to get because it is made in a dedicated facility. I did find Trader Joe's, and the allergy...
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I am visiting Washington DC and looking for a few restaurants that are peanut, tree nut free for my son. Thank you for your help
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I represent a group of three guys whom need help getting an idea out of testing and into production. We considered going to SharkTank, but instead we are going to use Kickstarter. How do we place an...
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My son is participating in a school entrepreneur program. He will be selling Chocolate Covered Pretzels. Based on my research to be safe for PA people we can use Rold Gold Pretzel rods and Baker's...
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Long story short... my 1 year old nephew got into a jar of peanut butter and went into a full blown allergic episode. My sister lives in my neighborhood so she rushed over knowing I have epi pens...
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We would much rather do a whole family avoidance diet instead of risking having anything peanut in the house. How did you get your non-PA kids to understand that they could no longer eat peanut...
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I have a doctors appointment next week regarding this but I wanted to get some opinions before I go. My 15 month old son had a very small taste of a homemade peanut butter ball. Just the filling and...

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