Tree nut and peanut allergies are very common. So awareness of food allergies in classrooms is essential part of preventing accidental exposures and allergic reactions. Visit these pages to read more about peanut allergies and tree nut allergies. Also visit Schools @ AllergyHome.org to learn more about managing food allergies in schools.
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