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I am a mom with three daughters who all have asthma, eczema and nut allergies and am trying to reach as many other parents/sufferes in UK as possible with nut allergies. I am concerned about the...
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I have a 6-year-old daughter with a peanut allergy, and I will be taking her to England next month for a brief visit to family. We live in Canada. Can anyone give us advice or warnings about...
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I posted this on "Living with Peanut Allergy" but didn't know for sure what board it belonged on. I hope I didn't break any rules by posting it on both. Hi everyone. I just found this webpage -- It'...
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Hi...We just found out Brady is allergic to peanuts, and my ped said to get her a medical alert bracelet immediately. Problem is, we shopped for 3 hours last night and cannot find one small enough...
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It is wonderful that you parents are so concerned and cautious in support of your allergic children. I am an adult peanut allergic person. My parents chose to ignore my allergy, because they were...
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I absolutely believe that my eating peanuts during pregancy and while nursing may have caused this allergy! She is also allergic to eggs and the two most relied upon sources of protien for me...
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Over the weekend, I had a full-blown anaphlaxic attack due to a candy that had crushed hazelnuts. I ended up in the emergency room via a 911 ambulance, had to have an iv benadryl drip, steroids, and...
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I live In Winnipeg, Manitoba, Canada. Recently IGA- has changed their image, and is now called Garden Market IGA. Th point is their peanut display is highly elaborate, takes up alot of space, is...
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In follow up to my last post "Pity Party", I finally had to call the director last night to see what she was going to do about my letter. She is still trying to determine what should be done. She...
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This is a link to the transcript of a report (A QUESTION OF LIFE OR DEATH) on the 6/8 Lehrer News Hour. Lesson: 1) Have more than one Epipen available; 2) Be aware of the limitations of your local...
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I am the mother of a 10year old boy who was diagnosed with a severe peanut allergy at 6. At the time my husband (now deceased) and I agreed to keep nuts and peanut butter in our home. One of the...
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Seems I read this somewhere online, but can't find it again. It was fairly recent numbers taken from a type of survey. Thanks in Advance Donna
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My son had a peanut reaction last week while some students were spreading p.butter on bread. He was not and was seperated. The teacher said my son stuck his hands in bird seed not yet touched by...
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Hi all! I'm new to this arena. Looking for some information from those on the "front line", so to speak. Noticed some unusual "bumps" on my nearly 2 y.o. daughter's head this evening. Checked...
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We are planning a "Family" vacation (with Aunts & Uncles) to Disney World and a Disney Cruise. I can't even begin to tell you how worried I am about my PA son. I am wondering if anyone else...
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When I logged on yesterday, I read alot of notes about parents who were worried about the metal alert bracelets breaking, and others mentioned being glad that the bracelets look like jewelry and don'...
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I have purchased a Medic Alert bracelet several times for my 6 year old daughter, but I find they don't last very long. A ring will come loose, and the bracelet falls off and gets lost. I have also...
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I am a freelance journalist in Ottawa, Canada, and I am writing a piece on banning peanuts in schools for a Canadian parenting magazine. I am looking to talk to parents of children (in the school...
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I'm going to the beach soon with my dd and I went to buy some sunscreen. I was looking for a high SPF since she is only 14 months old. I was reading the back of one of the bottles and it said...
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Please forgive my ignorance; I am new to this peanut allergy nightmare. I haven't seen spelled out just what a/the 504 plan is and what IEP actually refers to. Could someone please enlighten me?...

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