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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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My son has a severe peanut allergy and had an anaphylactic reaction recently. He drank a protein shake that had no nuts on list but said allergy warning for soy. Bloodwork says low soy sensitivity...
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Hi there, I'm new and having a hard time figuring out if I have an allergy or not! I'm 39 years old and have been allergic to shellfish since I was 20. At the end of August, I developed a food...
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Please share Lil Critters Gummy Vites Now has TREE NUTS and other allergens !!! They changed manufacturing!! Please read the bottle ingredients! I just went to Sams Club and was horrified!!! I...
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I have a 3 yr old with a severe PA. A lot of the local schools have gone peanut free this year, which has caused my sister in law to act like a wild woman on a rampage against PA. She is...
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This petition was started yesterday (10-21-13) and we need 100,000 signatures within 30 days for it to be considered. The way the current law stands, manufacturers are not required to label for...
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Hi everyone! My son is 5 and tested positive for a peanut allergy about 2 years ago. Our house is completely peanut/tree nut free as per the allergist recommendation. So Saturday he started coming...
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I am sure everyone out there remembers the first time they heard the horrible news their child or loved one had a life threatening allergy. Your heart hurts, wondering if they will be ok, wondering...
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http://www.whale.to/v/peanut_allergy.html I just read this article and would like to know if peanut oil is currently used in the flu shot as an excipient/additive or if the flu shot contains any...
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I tried to find out if "Baker's Unsweetened Baking Chocolate Bar" - the standard baking chocolate I grew up with - came from a peanut -free facility and the product was not labeled! There is no...
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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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Hi I am new here and this is my first post. I have an almost 4 year old son who was "diagnosed" with peanut allergy at a little over a year old. The reason why diagnosed is in quotes is because he...
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I know this is early but my husbands family is starting to plan for the holidays. they have everyone bring something for dinner. I am worried about going cause of my daughters pa. a lot of them use...
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Please tell me how you successfully got peanut butter sandwiches out of your lunch line. What's a good plan. I've already talked to the principle who's on board but wants feedback from the parent...
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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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Does anyone know of a Peanut Free Day Care / Preschool in NYC?
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Hi All, I'm new here and new to food allergies. My husband was diagnosed with a severe pine nut allergy in his 50s. Here's my question - Someone brought me lamb with a wine sauce with juniper...
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Our son is now 12 and we've begun hunting squirrels in preparation for deer season. We both enjoy this. My wife asked a question I hadn't considered. Is it safe for him to eat squirrel as they...
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I am interested in knowing if Chiclets are safe to give to my grandson who has an allergy to peanuts. I have read the ingredients which do not include peanuts but I'm wondering if the facility where...
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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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