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Have a question for Dr. Blythe? Write to her at AskThePediatrician@tribune.com. For more information on Dr. Blythe, go to pediatricassociates.com. April 29, 2013 Q: My 5-year-old daughter just had her adenoids and tonsils removed because of snoring...
Tags: Dizziness, Celiac Disease, Dermatology, Sneezing, Nutrition
After discovering how difficult it was to find nut-free desserts for their children, Brian and Sonia Walker decided to whip up their own solution in the form of an allergy-safe cupcake business. As they expand into other kinds of treats, the Walkers...
WSBT-TVImagine not being able to enjoy holidays, a baseball game, or baked goods at the office because they could kill you. That's what people with food allergies deal with. There's a controversial treatment changing lives and saving lives of allergy...
Tags: Peanuts, Physical Conditions, Allergies, Butterfly Ballots, Chad
If any of the three elephants in the Yelduz Shrine Circus like peanuts, they'll be out of luck at 4 p.m. today There will not be peanuts in the building for the opening performance of the Yelduz Shrine Circus. No peanuts will be sold. The popcorn...
Tags: Physical Conditions, Peanuts, Allergies, Shriners, Epinephrine
Do I have to carry the two Epipen’s my doctor prescribed, or can I divide them to accommodate for school and home? Yes, the 2 EpiPen’s given by your doctor are not to be divided so you can have one for school and for the road. Up to 20% of...
firstname.lastname@example.orgJacob Tobin, a fifth-grader at C.C. Lee Elementary school, eats his packed lunch at the opposite end of the table from other children who bring their lunches from home. It's an extra precaution taken to make sure he doesn't get exposed to peanut...
For the first time in Indiana, the state is recognizing Food Allergy Awareness Week. And it's happening because of a local mom whose son is severely allergic to peanuts. You can't be too careful in Erica Andert's house. "We always, always check out...
Tags: Physical Conditions, Peanuts, Politics, Executive Branch, Health
PETOSKEY — When Julie Poquette packs her son, Jason’s, lunch, it’s not about what he will eat, but about what he can’t. Jason, 9, a third-grader at Ottawa Elementary in Petoskey, doesn’t know what peanut butter tastes like....
Tags: Walnuts, Eczema, Seafood, Health Organizations, Symptoms
Children in urban areas have a higher incidence of food allergies than those in rural America, according to a new study believed to be the first to assess allergic reactions in kids based on geography. One of the urban centers tracked in the research...
WSBT-TV ReporterBut for others, especially kids, it's a matter of life or death. And one of the most dangerous is peanut allergies. Our Fact Finder team found the number of children who have peanut allergies is rising at a dramatic rate. Between 1997 and 2008, the...
A Lakeville school bus driver’s job is in limbo after she refused to drive a 6-year-old child with a peanut allergy to school. Union-North United School Corp. officials say they could end her employment contract, but Thursday night, school board...
One out of every five Americans suffers from allergies, according to WebMD.com. Dr. Angela Hogan, a Children's Hospital of The King's Daughters allergist and expert on food allergies, answers some commonly asked questions about kids and allergies. If I...
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