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A group of scientists recently announced that they are a step closely to a way to 'switch off' peanut allergies. By tric... Read More
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As parents of children with serious food allergies know, any delay in treatment of a severe reaction may cost their chil... Read More
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Whether you have food allergies or are simply interested in knowing where the food you eat comes from, food labels incre... Read More
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In July, 2008, the Hom family traveled to a Mexican resort to celebrate their son BJ's high school graduation and 18th b... Read More
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Researchers in North Carolina are working on a way to make eating peanuts safe for those who are allergic to them. The r... Read More
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In Westwood, New Jersey, two mothers of children with severe food allergies recently founded a support group for other p... Read More
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Peanut butter and jelly sandwiches and homemade cookies may soon be a thing of the past, says the Connecticut Post, as m... Read More
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A recent study suggests that where and how a baby is born may affect his or her chances of developing asthma or allergie... Read More
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According to a recent study, seasonal allergies to pollen may also signal food sensitivities, particularly a likelihood... Read More
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Those with food allergies are well aware of eating at restaurants and anywhere else where the ingredients of their food... Read More

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