Creating New Forums

Posted on: Sun, 02/21/1999 - 3:42am
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I've been thinking it would be nice to have 2 new forums on the peanut allergy boards... don't know if others would agree or not, but here's my suggestions.

I'd like to have a forum devoted to
"Peanut Free Recipes for Children"

As my 14 month old son gets older and is eating more foods by himself, I'm trying to find some good recipes. I found a "Yam French Fries" recipe which he LOVES (and I'll post in another message) and thought it would be great to hear what other recipes children like that don't have peanuts.

Secondly, I am very interested in all the research surrounding peanut allergies, in particular, vaccines. Perhaps we could get one of the researchers to moderate this discussion and keep us up-to-date. This group could be called "Peanut Allergy Research". We could also discuss our observations, compare notes about reactions, skin-testing vs RAST, what we learn about latest research at FAN conferences, etc.

Just some ideas. If these forums exist elswhere, please let me know. I haven't seen them, but don't always know where to look. I appreciate having these forums so much. It helps me greatly on many levels -- THANK YOU so much Peanut Allergy.Com Sponsors and Developers!

--Tracy

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