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On the season premiere of Third Watch, a TV show about firefighters and paramedics, a little boy about 4 yrs. old was lost. One of the paramedics found him and brought him to the hospital to have...
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I thought I'd let you know that it was suggested in Popular Photography magazine to smear PB out in nature to try to coax animals out for a great picture. So, if you are out in the middle of nowhere...
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Hi All, On the show "Charmed," the scene was about the sisters holding a homeowners meeting at their house. When the food was brought out to the guests, one of the sisters mentioned a certain dish...
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Look up today's Denver post at [url="http://www.denverpost.com/news"]www.denverpost.com/news[/url] for an article "Allergy drug could make peanuts easier to swallow". Nice to get further press...
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Okay, so I know this is not suitable viewing material for my children, but both of them like it. My 5 year old likes the fact that they are undercover police officers, which he's really into right...
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Just wanted to let anyone in the philadelphia are know that my babysitter just called me and told me that channel 6 news in philadelphia is going to have a segment on a new medicine for peanut...
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The latest Pampers ad has a picture of a baby wearing the new style Pampers, this one happens to have an elephant on it. The baby is pretending to feed the elephant a cookie shaped like a peanut...
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Well, here is a copy of the letter I sent to Canada AM after the Food Allergy segment they ran on October 31, 2000. I wonder if they even bothered to read it! Nice "generic" form letter response...
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For those of you who have yesterday's Toronto Star (Thursday, November 9), please look in the "Letters" section on page A41. I could not find it on-line. For those who don't have it or can't access...
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I got this SPAM today and was outraged. "All of our cards are FREE so stock up on as many as you like! November is Peanut Butter Lovers Month! Celebrate your passion for peanuts by sending our cute...
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Located an item mentioning HU-901 in Technology Review, the Nov/Dec 2000 issue, page 24. Looks like human testing is underway with hopes to get regulatory approval by mid-2001. Go! Go! [img]http...
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This segment aired this morning and they discussed food allergies but did not discuss anaphylaxis or peanut/nut allergies. They simply discussed milk allergies (which their expert said is outgrown...
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Here is the link to an excellent article that appearred yesterday in our local paper.. It covers all the important stuff from a PA aspect. [url="http://www.winnipegfreepress.com/food/index.html"]...
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I contacted my local paper yesturday and sent them a story idea. I said with all the back to school prep. what about a story about what it is like going back to school with food allergies. Well they...
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I have contacted 20/20, GMA, The View, and a local tv station here with the following letter, we will see what happens! To Whom it May concern; I am writing in hopes that I will find someone willing...
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This is a nice succinct article that I think would make an impact on the person reading it. I think it will be a great one to people who don't quite get it. It is to the point and takes PA very...
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I receive Breathing Easy "the newsletter for Canadian allergy and sinus sufferers" from the makers of Benadryl and Sudafed (Warner Lambert and Pfizer Products). This was on the front page of their 4...
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Local Newmarket, Ontario newspaper, The Era Banner contained an article this week about a man charged with conspiring to murder his PA son-in-law by having someone slip a peanut into his food...
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I just settled down after a long day, opened my new issue of Today's Parent and proceeded to read an article about genetically-modified foods. I read a paragraph about a concern "Kathryn" had, whose...
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My son will be entering a Montessori school in January shortly after he turns 3 years old. The school is NOT peanut-free. The Director of the school told me she has a philosophical problem with...

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