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If you like this type of show, which I do, we just got to see it here in Canada (wow, eh?). At any rate, and I know this is really trivial - but WHY was peanut butter mentioned three times during...
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F.Y.I. ...I just saw a promo for the 5:00pm Local ABC news in NY. It is about a peanut ban in a school.. Try to catch it.
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I just caught the tail end of a promo for NBC Nightly News...it talked about life-threatening allergies - to food, bee stings, etc. - and how "millions of people are at risk and may not even know it...
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Today, on my way to and from a doctor's appointment, I listened to KDKA AM 1020 - talk radio. The host's last name escapes me, but I'll find out. His first name is Mike. The discussion was about a...
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The cartoon strip Luann now features a PA teenage boy. You can see a copy on [url="http://www.azcentral.com"]www.azcentral.com[/url] under comics and Luann or try the address below. I imagin that...
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An article by Jane Brody, who writes a health column for the New York Times, was picked by our local Sunday newspaper. The title was "Epi-pen defends against allergic reactions." It talked about...
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The front page of one of our national newspapers has an article about an Ottawa school that has banned all snacks except fruit and vegetables: [url="http://www.nationalpost.com/search/story.html?f...
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There's a little paragraph on page 25 of the September 2000 issue of Child magazine about the study from Johns Hopkins Universtiy that states 18% of children will outgrow their PA.
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The nursing director for our school district gave me a copy of an article out of the April 2000 edition of Journal of school nursing. It is entitled The Challenge of making the school enviorment safe...
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I gotthis from Michelle as I particpated in her survey and visit her website to see the results every now and then. I haven't seen it posted anywhere else yet today ...... Deb 07/08/2000 Media...
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There was an excellent article in the Canadian magazine last December regarding Peanut Anaphylaxis called "Nut Case - Has Peanut Paranoia Gone Too Far". This article has quotes from a number of...
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I just finished reading the thread about the "Freaks and Geeks" show this past Monday and wish I had seen it. I had never considered the possibility that kids would try to "test" allergic friends,...
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Anyone see tonight's TV show "ER" with the girl who came in from a field trip in anaphylactic shock (did they say her medical bracelet said peanut allergy on it?). This was better than the last time...
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Did anyone see the show Will and Grace last night? For those of you who didn't see it, Jack, a character who is gay, had cause to have a stripper sit on his lap and he enjoyed it. Karen, another...
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Hi, my interview aired tonight. As expected they cut what I said down to 2 sentences but the story overall was well done. You can view the interview if you have real player or you can down load it...
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This morning my grandmother told me on the ten o'clock news last night that one of the Boston news stations did a piece on peanut allergies. She said they mentioned the statistics that we are all...
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I had previously mentioned under the labeling topic that I was to be interviewed by our local news station regarding the food labeling petition. We were and all went well. The interview will air on...
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My neighbor is a nurse and she gave me the July 3,2000 Vol. 2, No. 13 edition of advance for nurses. website [url="http://www.advanceforNURSES.com."]www.advanceforNURSES.com.[/url] There is an...
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On the front page of today's newspaper, there is an article on asthma and another one on peanut butter allergy. You might want to check this out. The address is [url="http://www.bangordailynews.com...
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I read this article in a national British newspaper and had to share it with all of you. It completely sums up what it is like to care for apparently healthy children who are nonetheless at great...

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