Texas Company Recalls 205 Tons Of Beef Smoked SausageA company in Texas is recalling more than 205 tons of beef smoked sausage due to an ingredient issue. The items have a pork casing that was not declared on the label.
Baby Wipes Tied To 'Perfect Storm' Of Child Food Allergies, Study SaysResearchers from Northwestern University say that a combination of genetics, allergens in dust, food choices, and the effects of infant cleansing wipes on the skin are all part of a package that triggers allergies.
Teal Pumpkins Welcome Trick-Or-Treaters With Food AllergiesIf you see a teal pumpkin on Halloween night, it means that the home is handing out non-food treats. This is particularly important for children with food allergies.
Peanut Allergy Patients Told To Avoid CuminThe FDA is advising people with peanut allergies to avoid cumin after several shipments of the spice have tested positive for peanuts that were not listed on the label.
Are You Sick And Tired Of Feeling Sick And Tired? If you have chronic pain, fatigue, indigestion or just feel a little "run down", you may want to look at what you're eating.
Feds Post Food Allergy Guidelines For SchoolsThe federal government is issuing its first guidelines to schools on how to protect children with food allergies.
Severe Egg Allergy? There's Now A Flu Shot For You People with serious egg allergies may no longer have to worry about flu shots. A federal advisory panel on Thursday said a new vaccine that's made without eggs is an option for adults with severe allergies.
Food Allergies Are Constant Battle For KidsFood allergies are a life-or-death issue for many kids, and it's a daily struggle for parents trying to protect their children. But schools across Texas are trying to make the fight a little easier.
Texas Schools Prepare For Food Allergy PoliciesWhen classes resume in the fall, Texas schools must have policies in place to deal with students who have food allergies.
Doctors Say Testing Kids For Food Allergies Is Not Always WiseA new study found that one in 13 children have food allergies and 40-percent of them suffer severe reactions. One North Texas doctor claims, "Food allergy is remarkably common and seems to be increasing."
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