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Recent study suggests that certain strategies may reduce the risk of having a nut/peanut reaction on board a plane. May 2013
How to recognise if a baby has a peanut allergy or is having a serious allergic reaction – some helpful pointers. June 2012
Useful list of 10 unlikely places to find peanuts including egg rolls, pet foods, soaps and cat litter! From aupair.org. Mrch 2012
Presentation at ACAAI meeting on the success of inducing some tolerance in peanut allergic children with small, slowly escalating doses of peanut protein. November 2011
Peanut desensitisation programme works for 12-year-old girl from Iowa. November 2011
A good article in the Scientific American on immunotherapy and desensitisation techniques for peanut and milk allergy.June 2010
Peanut-free sections in baseballs stadiums welcome allergic fans –June 2011
Excellent post on About.com on how to remove peanut residue from hands and from furniture – also noting that washing out the mouth does not get rid of peanut residue from the saliva.
The History of the Peanut Allergy Epidemic. 2010
Air Canada told to provide nut-free zone for nut allergics who should be regarded as 'disabled' passengers –January 2010
Nuts and Seeds: an attempt to shed some light on the differences between nuts and seeds - Cressida Boyd 2009
Peanut free in Singapore: what hazards face emigrés with life-threatening peanut allergies heading for the satay city? - Victoria Vaughan 2008
Living with peanut allergy: coming to terms with peanut allergy and how to adapt to ensure a relatively unhindered life – Victoria Vaughan 2008
First Published in 2007
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