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Parents Magazine and Food Allergy Article
I recently received my Parents Magazine.
They have a question and answer article on :
Facts About Food Allergies. They talk with Dr. Hugh Sampson M.D. from Mount Sinai School of Medicine. There is a large picture of peanuts pad locked in a clear container.
I feel this article has hit the point on food allergies and especially peanut allergies. It talks about when you should feel peanuts, eggs, and milk. When to start babies of allergic families solid foods. What to do when you are pregnant. If a child will grow into adulthood with food allergies/peanut allergies. The percentage of children who outgrow their allergies. They tell about how many parents feed peanut crackers (the orange kind) to their children by age 1. When parents should see a pediatric allergiest and finally Will there ever be a cure. Oh it too has signs of a child that may have food allergies. Dr. Sampson also talk about epi pens.
I really enjoyed this article on the facts on food allergies. If you go to parents.com the article is there. You may have to do a search for Facts about food allergies. They also have related articles on how to manage food allergies, Can you spot an allergy, and food-allergy resource guide.
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[This message has been edited by Renee111064 (edited April 19, 2002).]
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