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There is a great article on the MSNBC website today regarding availability of medications at school for asthmatics and children with food allergies. The link is: [url="http://www.msnbc.com/news/...
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If anyone is interested, the current issue of McCall's magazine (featuring Rosie O'Donnell on the cover) has an interesting article on food sensitivies, intolerances, and allergies. The article...
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In today's Washington Post, there is an article about a local elementary school who is trying to "reduce the risk" for a first-grader in their school. It is the school's very first experience with a...
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Here is a common question we receive We edited it to post here>>> Chris, I wonder if you could help me. Our local newspaper ran a wonderful article about my daughters peanut allergy, I...
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Newspaper article about peanut-free zone and schools. Click on this link [url="http://www.townonline.com/north/archive/072199/009278_0_family_072199_226dd1adbf.html"]http://www.townonline.com/...
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I was requested by Mr. Rick Little to forward this story to you about his child's allergies to peanuts. It has been Ok'd by our Managing Editor as long as Erin (the reporter) and The Daily News are...
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The Toronto Star ran a wonderful article regarding schools & peanuts. At the end of the article it even had a listing of acceptable foods to put in classmates lunches should they be in a peanut-...
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Parent complains about peanut butter ban (this is not the same Franklin School which our daughter goes to, it is in another town) article click on this link [url="http://www.townonline.com/north/...
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Click on this link to go to the article [url="http://www.townonline.com/north/entertainment/parenting/009885_2_ask_011499_4602bd2db9.html"]http://www.townonline.com/north/entertainment/parenting/...
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It is 8:58 est and I am sitting here with my children watching Sesame Street. The segment is about good foods for kids to eat. Elmo is the main star. The star food seems to be peanut butter. Elmo...
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The Arizona Republic 9/2/99 ran a paragragh on the front cover of the Healty Living section called "Imaginary allergies": Only about 1 percent of Americans have genuine food allergies. Even so,...
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I have just received the August-September FAN news letter. I would like share my thoughts about the front page article of the FAN newsletter about Anaphylaxis. We have struggled long and hard to...
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The BBC will be running some allergy awareness programmes next week - week commencing 7th September. I can't see a web page on it yet, but I expect if you check out their site at [url="http://www....
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check out the August 1998 issue of the Natural Health magazine it contains an article on the food allergy cure I have referred to on the main discussion board. Also the following books will explain...
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Is it possible for an individual allergic to brazil nuts to have an allergic reaction to soy beans? This is NOT meant to scare you! However, I found the article interesting. I don't know how long...
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I picked up a paperback while at the beach - "Breach of Promise" - a legal thriller by Perri O'Shaughnessy. Much to my suprise, about 2/3 into the book, a character dies of anaphylactic shock after...
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Link [url="http://www.savannahmorningnews.com/exchange/stories/071899/PULpeanutresearch.html"]http://www.savannahmorningnews.com/exchange/stories/071899/PULpeanutresearch.html[/url]
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There was a Wall Street Journal article about food allergies and food labeling in the Monday, July 12, 1999 issue of the Wall Street Journal. The article was on page A17 in the "Health Journal"...
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I happen to be listening to the TV as I was on the Internet and heard a disgusting skit on Late Night with Conan O'Brien. It was Friday July 16. He did a skit on "Peanut Suicide", showing a peanut...
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Hi there! I'm the media rep for MedicAlert Canada in Alberta & Sask. I'm currently writing an article for back to school magazines/newspapers on children and allergies. I'm looking for any...

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