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I just read an ad for the new Twinject autoinjector that holds 2 doses in one pen. just curious if anyone has tried it yet.....I might consider getting one if it is as easy to administer as the...
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Hello any fellow Winnipegers! We've run out of Divvies and want to know if anyone wants to combine orders to save shipping costs! We ordered some before Christmas and they were outstanding! E-mail...
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Yippe! when I see "it" do tend to get carried away and buy lots - today I found Dare "Ultimate" strawberry creme cookies. They are made in a nut free facility. I LOVE it when those words appear on...
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I am learning to navigate this site and apologize if I should do a search of some sort for this info. I need a cake for a special occasion, we live in So. CA. Is it possible to find a bakery that...
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I just wanted to post about a conversation I had with someone from the corporate headquarters at White Castle this week. She said that the new chicken sandwiches are a "may contain". They are also...
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Has anyone used the Cheer they how out there for allergies? i saw one at Target and picked it up. Have been using it. Has anyone else tried this and liked/disliked it? Thanks!! ------------------...
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I am looking to purchase something to wear around my waist to hold an epipen and my Benadryl Fastmelt tabs. I see several options, but was looking for adice from people who actually had them. I want...
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I am not sure if this is already a topic I did look some but there are so many..Anyway, my problem is that I have a severe PA almost 2 year old who is always into mischief and loves the outdoors..We...
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My sons e-belt is starting to come apart after only 3 months of use. The leather is splitting around the edge of the tube that holds the epipen. He only wears it for his morning kindergarten class (3...
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Gak Snacks are delicious new treats developed by a loving mom who was in search of something special for her food allergic son. Gak snacks are the result of her hard work and creativity in the...
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Chris invited us to let everyone know about this cookbook we just published. Like the products we bake in our dedicated facility, none of the recipes call for peanuts, tree nuts, eggs, wheat, or...
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Hey, fellow PA (and other allergy) parents. Believe it or not, I have now been running the food allergy alert product site at [url="http://www.allergyware.com"]http://www.allergyware.com[/url]...
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I was at a parent-child meeting the other day and saw a child with a bright orange sticker on his back that said something about his allergies. I definitely saw "Peanut, Egg & Milk" but I didn't...
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Hi, I was just recenty diagnosed with PA and other multiple allergies: tree nuts, citrus, tomatoes, potato, rice, oral allergy syndrom as well- so no fresh fruits or veggies, everything green outside...
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This holiday season Plumtree Press is thrilled to be teaming up with other food allergy companies to bring your support group 8 terrific holiday offers! Your members can treat themselves, or pick up...
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This is a compilation list of products on our local website: [url="http://www.seattlefoodallergy.org/links2.html#Allergy-Related%20Products"]http://www.seattlefoodallergy.org/links2.html#Allergy-...
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what face creams do you all use. i was using ponds, called them and everything. now i cant find the one i was using. the new one i bought has soy in it and im not comfortable with that. i am...
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One of my customers, asked me to write here! Check out the medical id jewelry from Dream Designs Jewelry. I am a stay-at-home mom, with a 3 year old son. He was diagnosed with Juvenile Type 1...
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Here is the e-mail response I got from the company. (It appears the customer service rep bothered to forward my question to someone who actually knew the answer.) None of our products contain any...
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I'm new here... and looking for safe tree nut butters for my peanut-allergic son. Are there any? His peanut allergy is not severe, and he seems to do fine with almonds and cashews. He's 2 1/2, by...

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