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A peanut allergy is an overreaction of the body's immune system to peanut protein. All peanut and peanut products must be excluded from the diet. This is one on the most common allergies that leads to anaphylaxis, so it is extremely important that all sources of peanut be avoided.
Lupin allergy in children

Lupin allergy in children

New European food allergy research

New European food allergy research

Food allergies are on the rise but effective treatment in the pipeline

Food allergies are on the rise but effective treatment in the pipeline

Link between soy milk and peanut allergies dispelled

Link between soy milk and peanut allergies dispelled

Allergy expert says expect cure for peanut allergy in five years

Allergy expert says expect cure for peanut allergy in five years

Immunotherapy could prevent allergic reactions to food

Immunotherapy could prevent allergic reactions to food

Cancer drug allergies

Cancer drug allergies

Living with nut allergies

Living with nut allergies

Peanut allergies soar and appear much earlier

Peanut allergies soar and appear much earlier

Progress in in food allergy prevention

Progress in in food allergy prevention

Experts ponder why so many children have food allergies

Experts ponder why so many children have food allergies

New food allergy law in New York

New food allergy law in New York

Cashew nut allergy more severe in children than peanut allergy

Cashew nut allergy more severe in children than peanut allergy

Allergen-free peanuts

Allergen-free peanuts

Peanut allergies overstated

Peanut allergies overstated

Passionate kissing a danger for those with allergies

Passionate kissing a danger for those with allergies

Hopes dashed for peanut allergy drug Xolair

Hopes dashed for peanut allergy drug Xolair

Nine percent of children allergic to almonds, pecans, cashews and other tree nuts outgrow their allergy over time

Nine percent of children allergic to almonds, pecans, cashews and other tree nuts outgrow their allergy over time

More than fifty percent of the U.S. population tested positive to one or more allergens

More than fifty percent of the U.S. population tested positive to one or more allergens

Researchers determine potentially safer way to diagnose food allergy

Researchers determine potentially safer way to diagnose food allergy