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  1. Food allergy laws enforced in restaurants and takeaways

    …offenders. According to the European Academy of Allergy, food allergies affect more than…

    …European Academy of Allergy, food allergies affect more than 17 million people across Europe. I had six… found in oyster…

    …sold by supermarkets. There may be fines for repeat offenders. According to the European Academy of Allergy, food allergies affect more than 17 million people across Europe. I… peanuts - also found in…

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  2. Northern Ireland restaurants and takeaways bring in allergy laws

    …Her eight-year-old son John is severely allergic to peanuts, nuts, sesame seeds and baked…

    …Her eight-year-old son John is severely allergic to peanuts, nuts, sesame seeds and baked beans. "As a family, we love…

    …Her eight-year-old son John is severely allergic to peanuts, nuts, sesame seeds and baked beans. "As a family, we love to eat out - and under this new law, restaurants will be more aware of how…

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  3. Peanut allergy 'may fade away'

    Peanuts can be hidden in many food stuffs and sufferers are advised to carry epinephrine…

    …Food allergies often travel together, so we tested other food allergies along with peanut allergy," he said…

    … who was going to out grow it. "Food allergies often travel together, so we tested other food allergies along with peanut allergy," he said. Professor Wood said that although …

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  4. Peanut allergy treatment 'a success'

    Peanut allergy is a particularly frightening food allergy, causing constant anxiety of a…

    …current advice to peanut allergy sufferers, which is to avoid eating peanuts, is changed." Maureen Jenkins, director…

    …to pin down these issues before the current advice to peanut allergy sufferers, which is to avoid eating peanuts, is changed." Maureen Jenkins, director of clinical services at Allergy UK, said: "The…

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  5. Scientists claim peanut allergy 'gene flaw' link

    peanuts has been identified, scientists have said. An international research team led by…

    …A gene defect that can triple the risk of a child developing an allergy to peanuts has been identified, scientists…

    …changes in the environment and our exposure to peanuts are thought to have been responsible for the recent increase in peanut allergy seen in the Western world in particular. "Now, for the first time…

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  6. Peanut allergy study seeks babies

    allergy, putting them at high risk of being allergic to peanuts… history of allergy. This…

    …Babies are being sought for a study investigating if early exposure to peanuts will prevent allergy.…

    …Babies are being sought for a study investigating if early exposure to peanuts will prevent allergy… The babies being studied are between four and 11 months and already have eczema or egg allergy

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  7. Peanut allergy on the increase

    peanuts More children are developing potentially dangerous peanut allergies

    …Monday, 18 November, 2002, 11:15 GMT Peanut allergy on the increase Some people are hyper-sensitive to peanuts More…

    …Monday, 18 November, 2002, 11:15 GMT Peanut allergy on the increase Some people are hyper-sensitive to peanuts More children are developing potentially dangerous peanut allergies, research has found…

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  8. Vaccine for peanut allergy

    allergies suffer a reaction to peanuts or peanut oil… that eating peanuts could lead to…

    …, says 80% of people with allergies suffer a reaction to peanuts or peanut oil. One in 200 children …

    …The Anaphylaxis Campaign, which has around 5,000 members, says 80% of people with allergies suffer a reaction to peanuts or peanut oil… Last year, the government's Chief Medical Officer warned pregnant…

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  9. Peanut allergy diagnoses 'higher in boys'

    …looked at data on peanut allergies actually diagnosed by a doctor, rather than the actual…

    …with a peanut allergy than girls of the same age, a figure that confirms previous research into peanut allergies

    allergy appeared much lower in this study, than in previous work measuring the amount of peanut allergies in the UK. Previous studies have a reported prevalence rates as high as 18 per 1000 among…

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  10. Allergy services 'totally inadequate'

    …world One in 70 children in the UK has peanut allergy, the most common food to cause fatal…

    …the UK has peanut allergy, the most common food to cause fatal reactions 6% of Britons have hayfever…

    …The UK has the highest prevalence of allergy in Europe and ranks among the highest in the world One in 70 children in the UK has peanut allergy, the most common food to cause fatal reactions 6% of…

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    …per patient per year. Allergy UK claims peanut allergies now affect 1 in 50 young infants…

    Allergy UK claims peanut allergies now affect 1 in 50 young infants, and adds studies show the rate of peanut allergy

    …be able to eat a handful of peanuts - but not to risk an acute allergic reaction in case of accidental ingestion of peanut,' he told Forbes magazine. 'We are working on developing what are called…

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  2. Hope for peanut allergy sufferers: French firm develops skin patch containing powdered nuts which stops reactions

    …per patient per year. Allergy UK claims peanut allergies now affect 1 in 50 young infants…

    Allergy UK claims peanut allergies now affect 1 in 50 young infants, and adds studies show the rate of peanut allergy

    …be able to eat a handful of peanuts - but not to risk an acute allergic reaction in case of accidental ingestion of peanut,' he told Forbes magazine. 'We are working on developing what are called…

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  3. Differential factors associated with challenge-proven food allergy phenotypes in a population cohort of infants: a latent class analysis

    allergies (predominantly peanut) (3%) and multiple food allergies (predominantly egg) (2…

    …16%), egg allergy (8%), multiple food allergies (predominantly peanut) (3%) and multiple food allergies (predominantly…

    allergies (predominantly peanut) (3%) and multiple food allergies (predominantly egg) (2%). Compared to the baseline group of no allergic disease, shared risk factors for all allergic phenotypes were…

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