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  1. photo 7 <b>Peanut</b> <b>Allergy</b> Friendly ‘<b>Peanut</b> Butter’ Recipes7 Peanut Allergy Friendly ‘Peanut Butter’ RecipesArticle
    Kids with peanut allergies can miss out on a lot of fun snacks. But with these seven recipes using mock peanut butter, a peanut allergy doesn’t mean you can’t experience the joy of peanutRead more
  2. photo 6 Symptoms of Tree Nut or <b>Peanut</b> <b>Allergy</b>6 Symptoms of Tree Nut or Peanut AllergyArticle
    Peanuts and tree nuts are among the most common allergy-causing foods. And the symptoms of a tree nut or peanut allergy can be severe. Watch out for the six major symptoms of nut allergiesRead more
  3. photo Kids At Risk For a <b>Peanut</b> <b>Allergy</b> Benefit From Early Exposure, Study SaysKids At Risk For a Peanut Allergy Benefit From Early Exposure, Study SaysArticle
    Since 1997, the number of kids with peanut allergies has quadrupled. To combat this growing problem, a new study is taking an alternative approach. Prior to this study, doctors routinely toldRead more
  4. photo <b>Peanut</b> <b>allergy</b> associated with vaccinations leads to profit for patch-peddling pharmaceutical companyPeanut allergy associated with vaccinations leads to profit for patch-peddling pharmaceutical companyNews
    A French pharmaceutical company is hoping to reap massive profits from a new drug patch that it says treats a common food allergy caused by vaccines. The DBV Technologies SA Viaskin Peanut patchRead more
  5. photo Consuming <b>peanuts</b> during pregnancy may lower offspring's risk of <b>peanut</b> <b>allergies</b>Consuming peanuts during pregnancy may lower offspring's risk of peanut allergiesNews
    As the rate of childhood peanut allergies in the United States population has more than tripled from 0.4% in 1997 to 1.4% in 2008, it was widely recommended (until 2008) for some expecting mothersRead more
  6. photo Prevent food <b>allergies</b> by introducing <b>peanuts</b> and eggs at an early agePrevent food allergies by introducing peanuts and eggs at an early ageNews
    Food allergies are on the rise in the Western world, but evidence suggests that feeding kids peanuts and eggs early in their life may reduce their risk of developing allergies to these foodsRead more
  7. photo Feeding <b>peanuts</b> to infants can reduce <b>allergy</b> risk by 81 percentFeeding peanuts to infants can reduce allergy risk by 81 percentNews
    For ages, peanut related allergies were handled by simply abstaining from peanuts, peanut butter, or candy snacks containing peanuts. Some who are allergic to peanuts are also allergic to tree nutsRead more
  8. photo <b>Peanut</b> <b>allergy</b> 'phenomenon' solvedPeanut allergy 'phenomenon' solvedNews
    epinephrine at all times. Conversely, hardly a living soul had peanut allergy prior to the year 1900!For so many, the peanut"phenomenon" is solved. It's your body's current hyper-immune response from beingRead more
  9. photo Scientists develop breakthrough treatment in children with <b>peanut</b> <b>allergies</b>Scientists develop breakthrough treatment in children with peanut allergiesNews
    If the peanut allergy epidemic is man-made, can it be undone? What if the vaccine industry took peanut oil out of all vaccines, would the allergy statistics plummet? How is it that so many peopleRead more
  10. photo Kids' Food <b>Allergies</b> Cost U.S. Nearly $25 Billion Per YearKids' Food Allergies Cost U.S. Nearly $25 Billion Per YearArticle
    Eight percent of American children suffer from peanut allergies, tree nut allergies, dairy allergies, egg allergies, and allergies to other foods. According to a study published in the journalRead more

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Peanut allergy

Disease

Peanut allergy is a type of food allergy due to peanuts. It is different from nut allergies. Physical symptoms of allergic reaction can include mild itchiness, urticaria, swelling, eczema, sneezing, asthma, abdominal pain, drop in blood pressure, cardiac arrest and anaphylaxis.It is a type one hypersensitivity reaction to dietary substances from peanuts that causes an overreaction of the immune...More