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Here is a link to a short article on AOL. Full of quotes from FAN, of course! [url="http://familyeducation.com/article/0,1120,1-4233,00.html?aolci"]http://familyeducation.com/article/0,1120,1-4233...
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There is a new magazine called Offspring. In their first issue there is an article about peanut allergy. The website is [url="http://www.Offspringmag.com"]www.Offspringmag.com[/url] Type in allergy...
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Here's an article found on MSNBC today(03/09/00) regarding having a reaction to vapors from cooking food to which someone is allergic to. [url="http://www.msnbc.com/msn/379513.asp"]http://www.msnbc...
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[url="http://preschoolerstoday.com/resources/articles/riddingrooster.htm"]http://preschoolerstoday.com/resources/articles/riddingrooster.htm[/url] ------------------ Stay Safe, [email]"Chris@...
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Did you see the article on nuts by Jane Brody? It was about the nutritional vallue of nuts. Happily they qualified their recommendation by creating a highlighted and centered bit of text four...
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I know this isn't directly related to peanut allergy, but a lot of us have children using these antihistamines so I thought it was worth posting. An insurance company based in Massachusetts will...
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A recent issue of Parenting magazine (January?) had a nice blurb about cross-contamination. The focus was not on "food allergies.... It was more of an informative essay, i.e., don't use the same...
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Published Monday, January 31, 2000, in the Akron Beacon Journal. LOOKING FOR A MIRACLE Boy with peanut allergy finds world a risky place Severe form of illness limits contacts that others take for...
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One of the food maufacturers I called sent me a package that included a copy of "Living Without" Magazine which is tailored for people with food allergies and chemical sensitivities (seems to have a...
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Article on peanut allergy and how it is being dealt with at one school. I'm not sure quite how to take the general tone of the article. On the whole it seemed generally informative but, there were a...
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There will be something coming on about Peanut Butter today on the "Today" show. The time now is 7:48 and it will be coming up in this half hour. I don't know if the segment is on peanut allergy or...
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In the February 7, 2000 issue of First Magazine, their "family health" section features and Q&A topic title "Can allergies be inherited?" Since this Q&A is short and there is no link, I...
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The February 2000 issue of Good Housekeeping has a good, 3-page article on food allergies. It's on page 62. You can write them to say "thanks" for the publicity and to share your stories at: [url...
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Time Magazine's Nov. 15, 1999 story McCain(candidate for U.S. Pres) peanut research $ There is mention in this article regarding how McCain feels about the sillier items on the appropriations bills...
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The November Parents Magazine has an article on food allergies that focuses in part on peanut allergy. The article states that some doctors advise not giving peanuts or tree nuts to children under 3...
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Here is part of the e mail we received>>> Hi Chris: In a recent TV show about genetic altering of foods, they mentioned that they are altering soybeans with brazil nuts. I love soy milk...
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Check out USA Today Monday, Dec. 6, Life section, page 10. Two well written articles, cute kids (mine, LOL) and attention to the labeling problems we face every day. The word is getting out, slow but...
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For immediate release For more information, call Chris Papkee at (207) 766-5292. Part of the credit for overturning Massachusetts Gov. Paul Cellucci's veto of school funding has to go to...
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The parents of a recently-diagnosed pa infant/toddler in my son's daycare have refused to accept the center's accomdatation of a peanut-free room. They (influenced by FAN material I suspect) want...
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I didn't quite catch the whole segment, but on The Oprah Winfrey show today she had an ER doctor as a guest who dicussed handling medical emergencies. In addition to talking about other emergencies...

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