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Certainly, a peanut sensitivity (allergy? food intolerance?) may exist. IL would think it wise to have an allergist test your child for a peanut...
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Hi A person may prevent or delay some health problems from chronic kidney disease (CKD) by eating the right foods and avoiding foods high in sodium...
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Hi Well mine have a few each do, but here in Greece there just plain roasted peanuts, they do have a salt covering on the skins but they don't...
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No...it may be a sign that you have developed an allergy to peanuts. You can have your medical provider order an allergy blood test for peanuts to...
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Hi If its just peanut, he should be OK, but do check.Good Luck
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An apple a day keeps the doctor away, but I have not heard that a handful of peanuts keeps a headache away. There are a hundred different types of...
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Hi I think your find its not just the nuts, your find the there all sorts of peanut trace in food, you would really need to be observant on what you...
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check with your doctor because if you didnt have this allergic reaction before your pregnancy chances are that somthing was triggered and may have...
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Any contact with a food you are allergic to can cause an allergic reaction.  Best advice: if you're allergic to shellfish NEVER eat...
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I can't answer that question, since I would need to know what "it" actually was. I cannot make a blind guess and determine if...
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It depends on the severity of his allergies, so it is best to check with his allergist or  primary care medical provider. I suspect he will be...
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The good news is that most people do not have to drastically change their diet when they start on the blood-thinner warfarin (Coumadin).  But...
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I'm sorry to hear this. It's hard when we feel food choices are being taken away from us!I'm glad to see you can differentiate between an...
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Peanut allergies probably occur in about 1% of children, and are the most common cause of life-threatening food reactions. Reactions to eating peanut...
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Typical childhood vaccines do not have peanut allergen in them. I am cautious with the flu vaccine for those that are egg allergic, but most of the...
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