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Just how little must a product contain to be labeled 'allergen-free?' For those with severe allergies, this question has... Read More
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Although millions of people use smartphones, tablets, and laptops connected to wi-fi networks without a second thought,... Read More
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It is estimated that 15 million Americans suffer from food allergies. As those with allergies are well aware, the only w... Read More
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While there is no cure for food allergies, some people suffering from allergies have found success with desensitization... Read More
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With rising food allergy rates, it may come as no surprise that food allergy issues are increasingly finding their way i... Read More
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Schools in Australia, as with schools around the globe, vary significantly in how they address food allergies. This grow... Read More
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According to allergy activists, more people should be trained to use an EpiPen, which delivers a lifesaving dose of epin... Read More
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Walton Elementary School in New Jersey recently banned outside food during birthday celebrations and holidays at school.... Read More
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A kiss could be a sign of love – but it could also prompt a dangerous allergic reaction. This Valentine's Day, Go Local... Read More
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TherapyHub.com announces the launch of online therapy, an innovation in the delivery of private professional mental heal... Read More

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