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for the last 2 years my daughter has been having me check her for lice almost daily cause she said her scalp was itchy...I always wrote it off as she needed to wash her hair more often. she was...
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This may sound stupid, I don't get out much I have severe allergies and medical conditions. I went to park with family members, I went to sit in a pavilion and I heard a crunch under my foot....
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My daughter, Anna, age 11 had anaphylaxic reaction to a chocolate marshmallow. News to us, puberty onset, allergic to treenuts. Prior was eating Nutella and peanut butter etc. What if in school...
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Hello Everyone, my 22 month old son was just diagnosed with a peanut allergy due to a reaction/ER visit (hives, facial swelling, tugging on his lips and yelling "my mouth") and subsequent positive...
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according to the website -- these cookies would be safe for peanut allergens -- NOT labeled as a may contain or anything -- however when you purchase them the small bag says - "cookies may have been...
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Hello, We are a California-based nonprofit that works with asthma and allergy sufferers. We are beginning a public awareness campaign to educate the public about the dangers of Anaphylaxis and the...
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My 14 month old DD was dianosed with PA earlier this week. We are obviously taking all the necessary precautions however let me go back a few weeks. DD had several bouts of Bronchitis early in the...
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well today i went to Publix and bought some Ramen. not something i eat often, but its good a quick snack if im being lazy. anyway, i went to put it in the pantry tonight and now there is a peanut...
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My daughter loves these... and they had a sale on them today, her favorite flavor was sold out (dark chocolate) so I looked at the ingredients on all the other flavors and they all say, "may contain...
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I have an important question, My daughter was diagnosed in Jan 2009 with a peanut/tree nut allergy her blood rast test for peanut was 11.5 I believe and we just got the results back from the test 2...
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I've read in certain posts that some kids are given a daily dose of antihistamine to prevent outbreaks of hives from scratches/irritants, etc. Has anyone had success treating their child's eczema by...
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My PA teenage daughter has been using Atrovent HFA Inhaler for her exercise-induced asthma for more than a year with no problems. Yesterday I read some information about Atrovent being contra-...
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My 3 year old daughter (severe PA) was in the ER the other night for asthma exacerbation during a cold. The nurse came in and said she was doing a breathing treatment (via nebulizer) and started to...
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I eat peanuts often as a healthy snack with no issues at all. About a year ago I would randomly have allergic reactions to foods without a clear cause. I've always tried to narrow down by ingredients...
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I have an 8 year old who is allergic to peanuts and eggs. Obviously we keep all products containing either far, far away from her! However, she is an EXTREMELY picky eater. Always has been. I am...
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This is my first message, so I hope I have posted this in the correct place. My 3 year old daughter has multiple food allergies including peanut, nut, sesame, sunflower, safflower, poppyseed, egg,...
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Hi all. Can someone please help point me to sample, approved, 504 plans please. I read a lot of posts but I never found a sticky or a folder with them in. We're in the process of creating one and...
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My 12 year old son was diagnosed with a life threatening peanut allergy when he was a year old. Last March, our family was fortunate enough to learn that The New England Food Allergy Treatment...
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Hello all. We have recently discovered that our son is allergic to peanuts. I would appreciate some insights and comments on what I am going to write. We are a bit worried about all this consider...

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