A school board official in Michigan made a public remark about shooting kids with food allergies -- and it caused her to leave her job. Advocates say ...
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The federal government has no problem slapping graphic warning labels on a pack of cigarettes; yet when it comes to something that affects all of us -- the food we eat every day -- we're left playing Russian roulette.
Cristina Stainkamp, 42, a stay-at-home mother of three, describes how terrifying it was when her first child, then 18-months, went into anaphylactic s...
Growing up in the 70's, I'd never even heard of kids with peanut allergies. Today, sadly, I know dozens of such children, some of them with life-threatening reactions.
Clean water and food, antibiotics, reduced exposure to parasites and infectious diseases may have caused our progressive worldwide allergies. But these ideas don't offer obvious solutions to parents.
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