please send me all your peanut allergy links, thanks

Posted on: Fri, 11/17/2000 - 3:26pm
sofy123's picture
Joined: 11/18/2000 - 09:00

my 4 (oops, now she's 5!)month old just got the results of her rast test back, she's allergic to milk and peanuts. i have already dug around alot with the milk allergy, but please send all the links you have for peanut allergy, as well as anything else. she is excl. breastfed, i have eliminated pnuts since she was 2 months. thanks!

Posted on: Sat, 11/18/2000 - 5:20am
Anonymous's picture
Anonymous (not verified)

Sofy123, I'm better posting on the board because then I'll actually be able to make my links clickable for you, whereas I haven't figured that out in my new e-mail system.
Obviously, you have found this site. Did you check out the Links heading with their vast assortment of links? Did you check out links, separate from the Discussion Boards on this site?
When I'm looking for information that can be printed, I usually go to [url=""][/url] . For finding out information about specific foods and their manufacturers, I go to [url=""][/url]
For non-parent friendly information, more suited to doctors, I go to [url=""][/url] and click on Health Policy Issues (I believe it's called) and then scroll down for the articles on PA and Anaphylaxis.
Another PA parent has a website [url=""][/url] where she has just posted her new PA article. Also, I recently started a thread, under Schools, looking for information for Parents' Night, and a few people provided me with some other really good links that I did not previously have.
I think if you go through this board, through the Links section of the Discussion Board and then through the Links section separate from the discussion board and then whatever everyone e-mails you, you should have quite a few links at your fingertips. When it comes to PA, I always come here first and then wander further when I feel the need. Best wishes! [img][/img]

Posted on: Thu, 12/21/2000 - 11:19am
SharonA's picture
Joined: 11/16/2000 - 09:00

Two great links is the position statement by the Medical Professional Resource Center. It is the position statement for Anaphylaxis in schools and other child-care settings
Another is a very comprehensive explaination of all aspects of this stupid allergy and many answers to questions that we have......well worth reading!
Hope they help

Peanut Free and Nut Free Community

Click on one of the categories below to see all topics and discussions.

Latest Discussions

Latest Post by krisztina Thu, 02/20/2020 - 4:49pm
Comments: 1
Latest Post by chicken Thu, 02/20/2020 - 4:45pm
Comments: 3
Latest Post by lexy Tue, 01/28/2020 - 12:21am
Comments: 6
Latest Post by JRM20 Sun, 01/26/2020 - 11:15am
Comments: 6
Latest Post by JRM20 Sun, 01/26/2020 - 11:11am
Comments: 5
Latest Post by Italia38 Wed, 01/15/2020 - 11:03am
Comments: 10
Latest Post by Italia38 Wed, 01/15/2020 - 10:52am
Comments: 2
Latest Post by penelope Tue, 01/14/2020 - 1:03pm
Comments: 1

Peanut Free Store

More Articles

If children begin to eat many different foods at a young age, there is much more of a chance that by the time they are in school, they will eat...

Those with peanut allergies often find that they are unable to enjoy dessert since there's always the...

If you've ever tried to find...

For those with peanut allergies, baked goods present a serious risk. Many baked goods do not appear to contain peanuts, yet were baked in a...

Those who have peanut allergies know to avoid peanut butter cookies, of course – but what about other...

Which candy bars are safe for those with peanut allergies? Those without allergies are accustomed to...

Are you looking for peanut-free candies as a special treat for a child with...

For those who have wondered whether airport x-ray machines negatively affect epinephrine auto-injectors, the folks at Food Allergy Research &...

Molecular allergy component testing identifies the specific food or environmental proteins triggering a person’s allergic reactions. Component...

An epinephrine auto-injector provides an emergency dose of epinephrine (adrenaline) to treat life-threatening allergic reactions. Those who have...

Misunderstanding the significance of food allergy test results can lead to unnecessary anxiety and dietary changes. The three tests used most...

It can be easy to overlook the presence of nut allergens in non-food items because the allergens are often listed by their Latin or scientific...

Tree nuts and peanuts are distinctly different. An allergy to one does not guarantee an allergy to the other. Peanuts are considered legumes and...

Welcome to the complex world of being a Peanut Allergy Parent. Get ready to proofread food labels, get creative with meals, and constantly hold an...

Take control of your food allergies! Get results in ten days and change your life forever! If you are tempted to use a home testing kit...

What can you eat if you can't eat peanut butter? Fortunately for people with a peanut allergy, there...

According to the Asthma and Allergy Foundation of America, one out of five people in the U.S. has an allergy. Because there is a...

Eliminating peanut butter is the best way to handle a rash caused by this food

If your baby or toddler develops a rash caused by peanut...

Nearly all infants are fussy at times. But how do you know when your baby's crying means something wrong? Some babies are excessively fussy...

For those who don't have experience with peanut allergies, going 'peanut-free' often seems as easy as avoiding peanut butter sandwiches and bags...