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The following is a health report which aired on CTV News here in Canada last night which reported that Canadian researchers have found a direct link to peanut allergy and breast feeding. Mothers can...
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Just now, so 10:30 a.m. Tuesday, there was a very quick blurb on I believe CFMT with someone called Dr. Paul re peanut allergy. I didn't catch all of the maybe 5 minute segment. However, he did go...
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I just heard on my local news that the American Medical Association just realeased a statement regarding breasfeeding and pa. That the proteins from the peanuts stays in the breastmilk up to 6 hours...
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I am here working backing up the boards in case we have any further problems with losing threads or posts, (we don't want to lose any information), and I had the Politically Incorrect television show...
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[url="http://www.nytimes.com/2001/04/03/business/03FOOD.html"]http://www.nytimes.com/2001/04/03/business/03FOOD.html[/url] By GREG WINTER An investigation of dozens of food companies by the Food and...
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I purchased a March 16, 2001 PEOPLE magazine today. On page 48, the National Peanut Board has an advertisement that has a huge picture of a peanut and words above peanut say, "How many things can...
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Cites the NY Times piece and delves even further into labeling issues, I believe...I haven't had a chance to read all of it yet... [url="http://www.msnbc.com/news/553990.asp"]http://www.msnbc.com/...
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I saw this show on the Discovery Channel last night called The Body. The first half is about newborns but the second half is about allergies. The character, Phoebe, is allergic to wasps and the...
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In my ongoing search to find a whole grain bread which is nut-free and not-produced by manufacturers who also make nutted varieities, I finally had some luck: Dimpflmeier, which is made in Toronto,...
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There was a supplement in yesterday's Sunday Globe and in that supplement was an article about food allergies. Did anyone else read it? It was not the most informative article I've ever read. In...
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I was just thinking about how cool it would be to have a celebrity out there who was willing to "go public" with their food allergies. We have Michael J Fox raising funds for Parkinson's research,...
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FYI American Baby Magazine April Issue: There is a pretty good article on how to prevent your child from developing food allergies. (breastfeeding, avoiding allergens while pregnant &...
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On Wednesday, Thursday and Friday morning this week, The Today Show is running segments on "Deadly Food Allergies". Let's hope the segments are informative and educational for the general public!...
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Sticky issue at Oak Grove By LOIS EVEZICH Published: , 03/15/01 To most adults, looking back at school lunches brings memories of an apple, potato chips, and that all-American favorite sandwich of...
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FYI In today's (03/26/01) La Times in a section called Health Monitor page S3 there is a very brief article about a recent study done by the American Academy of Allergy, Asthma and Immunology. The...
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Maybe it's a new trend, but on last night's debut of NBC's "The First Years" one of the lawyers faked a peanut allergy to serve a doctor with a summons. "Triciasmom" commented a few weeks ago about...
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Starting tomorrow morning (3/21) there is going to be a 3 part series on deadly food allergies on The Today Show (NBC). I think the show starts at 7:00 AM (EST). [This message has been edited by...
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HI, I just received my Parent's Mag. for April. There are 2 mentions of PA in this issue. One is a small mention called, "Facts on Food Allergies" which is on a page called "Kids' Health &...
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My son is 8 years old has been out of school for 6 months now due to his life threatening allergies, and his safety being an issue in school. My son has been tutored since 10-03-00 but yet has not...

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