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Peanut Allergy.com – Your Online Peanut Allergy Resource

Peanut allergy is the most prevalent food allergy in the US, where as many as one and a half million people suffer from the disease. Discover information about peanut allergies in general, treatments, recipes, food lists, and an online community.

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Be Safe from Anaphylaxis, an Educational YouTube Video

Peanut allergies often result in an anaphylactic allergic reaction--potentially fatal. This excellent YouTube video describes anaphylaxis, treatment, and prevention. Produced by the Mayo Clinic. 5 stars, 2:48.

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Understanding Anaphylaxis--The Basics

If you or a family member has a peanut allergy, you need to be educated on anaphylaxis. WebMD offers a good overview of the condition.

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Get Food Allergy Alerts from the Food Allergy & Anaphylaxis Network

Read food allergy alerts from manufacturers on this website or receive alerts by email as soon as FAAN receives the information.

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Food Allergy Testing: Questions and Answers

While food allergy tests are helpful in identifying or excluding food allergy as a cause of symptoms, the decision regarding what tests to perform and how to interpret them are complex. Written by Scott H. Sicherer, M.D.

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Hidden Sources of Food Allergens

If you are peanut-allergic, you diligently try to avoid peanuts. But what about the traces of peanuts that you can't see? This excellent website provides a detailed listing of hidden sources of peanuts, and also provides hidden sources of other common food allergens.

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10 Tips for Avoiding Peanut Allergy Reactions

Discover easy, practical advice for helping you to avoid a peanut reaction.

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Peanut Allergy Entry on Wikipedia

The Asthma and Allergy Foundation of America estimates that peanut allergy is the most common cause of food-related death. Prevalence among adults and children is similar — around 1% — but at least one study shows it to be on the rise in children. Discover the symptoms, treatments, deaths and more about peanut allergies on Wikipedia. Wikipedia is a free community edited encyclopedia.

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Bo's Peanut-Free Foods

If you have a peanut allergy and are tired about hearing what you can't eat, check out this blog entry for a listing of what you can eat. This different viewpoint offers a new, positive twist on a sometimes pessimistic diagnosis.

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Non-Anaphylactic Treatment

This site offers excellent information on how to treat a non-anaphylactic allergic reaction to peanuts.

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