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  • Peanut - Food Allergy Research & Education

    Peanut allergy is one of the most common food allergies. Learn more about avoiding peanuts and reading labels.

  • Peanut Allergies | Food Allergies | SelectWisely

    People who are allergic to peanuts should also avoid peanut oil when traveling due to this ... Nut Allergies; Peanut Allergies; Seafood, Fish & Shellfish Allergies;

  • Food Allergens - Kids With Food Allergies

    Living With Food Allergies. ... (milk, egg, peanut, tree nut, wheat, soy, ... crustacean shellfish). Foods that contain these allergens must say so in plain English.

  • Seafood allergies - Peanut Allergy Information

    Seafood allergies are among the most common of food allergies, affecting an estimated 2 to 3 percent of all adults. These can include allergies to shellfish (like ...

  • Peanut Allergy | Causes, Symptoms & Treatment | ACAAI

    Diagnosing a peanut allergy can be complicated. Symptoms can vary from person to person, and a single individual may not always experience the same symptoms during ...

  • food allergies - WebMD

    Peanuts, tomatoes, even exercise can bring on food allergies, some quite dangerous. Pictures show triggers, symptoms, and tests to help keep your family safe.

  • FARE - Food Allergy Research & Education

    Learn about common food allergies, symptoms of an allergic reaction and how to diagnose and treat food allergies.

  • Peanut (Legumes), Nut and Shellfish Allergy and Potential ...

    ASEHA (Allergy, Sensitivity & Environmental Health Association Qld Inc) is a voluntary organisation, it is a self-help support group for people with allergy, food ...

  • From peanuts to shellfish... Why are so many adults ...

    From peanuts to shellfish... Why are so many adults suddenly getting allergies? ... 'I was told I'd developed an allergy to peanuts and hazelnuts,' Edwina recalls.

  • Food Allergy: MedlinePlus

    Food allergy is an abnormal response triggered by your body's immune system. The reaction may be mild or severe (anaphylaxis). Learn more.

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