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When to use an Epipen.

If your doctor gave you a prescription for an Epipen do not hesitate to use it. Symptoms of an allergic reaction can quickly escalate and become severe in minutes. 355 more words

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Food Allergy Awareness Video

This collaboration video Food Allergy Voices by FARE (Food Allergy Research Education) and CBS is eye opening for those who are not affected by food allergies on a daily basis. 13 more words

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Study Examines Impact of Oral Food Challenges on Food Allergy Prognosis

If you’re managing food allergies, you know that there are immediate consequences to accidentally eating your allergen. But you may have wondered: are there are any long term consequences to ingesting a known allergen? 316 more words

Food Allergy

Are peanut free schools really safe? What if the child has other food allergies?

When our child entered Kindergarten, the concept of peanut free schools didn’t exist and trying to educate his teachers about food allergens was quite a challenge to say the least. 557 more words

Food Allergy

Must have when traveling with food allergies.

Most essential safety net when traveling with food allergies is to carry allergy free snacks especially during transit. A food allergic reaction could rapidly escalate to… 202 more words

Peanut Allergy

Have an Egg Allergy? The Flu Vaccine Could Be OK

From TLN

For those allergic to eggs, the prevailing advice has long been to avoid the conventional flu vaccine. This is because it is prepared using eggs. 184 more words

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Allergy Alert: Tesco Chunky Chocolate Shortcakes - undeclared egg

Tesco is recalling its own-brand Chunky Chocolate Shortcakes 175g product, with best before date 3 September 2016, because the presence of egg is not mentioned on the label. 120 more words

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