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Found Great Peanut Information

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I found two great resources from the OMA on the peanut allergy:

[url="http://www.oma.org:70/phealth/peanuts.htm"]www.oma.org:70/phealth/peanuts.htm[/url] (Peanut Allergy-What you need to Know

[url="http://www.oma.org:70/phealth/allergy.htm"]www.oma.org:70/phealth/allergy.htm[/url] (Anaphylaxis in Schools and Child Care Settings)

The second one also explains the use of the epi-pen and at what weight to switch from the Epi-Pen Jr. to the regular Epi-pen.

(There were many posts about that subject).

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On Feb 27, 1999

Wow! That was summarized very well. I printed out copies to hand to my family and friends. I think it makes quite an impact. (On me too). Again it makes me realize I am not being too cautious, just safe. Thanks Connie. Patti

On Feb 28, 1999

Patti, I felt the same way when I read it. I felt like I was hovering on every word. (Sorry for all the editing...I kept messing up trying to get the immediate link there)! Rocket Scientist here! ha ha

So far, I think it is the best information I have found, next to this board, on this allergy. I think every general question that has been posted on this board was covered in the articles.

Thanks for the feedback. I hope other people check out the articles as well.

Connie

On Feb 28, 1999

Here are some other interesting sites and articles:

[url="http://www.njc.org/MFhtml/MFlist_subj.html"]http://www.njc.org/MFhtml/MFlist_subj.html[/url] (National Jewish Medical Center)

[url="http://www.allerg.qc.ca/peanutallergy.htm"]www.allerg.qc.ca/peanutallergy.htm[/url] (Peanut allergy: where do we stand?)

[url="http://www.cadvision.com/allergy/howmuch.html"]www.cadvision.com/allergy/howmuch.html[/url] (peanut allergy: how much is too much?)

[url="http://www.cadvision.com/allergy/peanutfree.html"]www.cadvision.com/allergy/peanutfree.html[/url] (cross contaimination)

[url="http://home.aafp.org/afp/971001ap/anderson.html"]home.aafp.org/afp/971001ap/anderson.html[/url] (food allergies in children)

sorry, I didn't know how to write these in so you can open them directly.

Hi Brenda, This is Chris. I fixed them so they are links. You can find out how to do this and many other things by checking out the faq on this board (frequently asked questions). All you have to do is put [url="http:// before and "]before and[/url] after the address with no spaces between anything, and it makes the address a link. Be sure to use the correct [ and ] it is beside the P key on my keyboard (not shifted). Stay Safe, [email]"Chris@PeanutAllergy.Com"[/email]

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On Feb 28, 1999

Thanks Brenda for the information!

Nicole explained to me how to put in the links:

Type [url="http:// BEFORE typing www. and type "]BEFORE typing www. and type[/url] AFTER typing the complete address...no spaces

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On Feb 28, 1999

Thanks Connie, Good work I put then on the links page on PeanutAllergy.Com and also on the schools page.

Always put new links that are good on the links discussion board. That will make it easier for others to find them in the future and will help keep things organized better.

Here is a link to the links page [url="http://www.peanutallergy.com/linkspage.htm"]http://www.peanutallergy.com/linkspage.htm[/url]

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On Feb 28, 1999

Thanks Chris!

Brenda, I just reviewed the articles you posted with your links...great information!

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