Welcome to the September 3, 2009 edition of Living with Food Allergies Carnival.
Well, we're off to a slightly bumpy start in our transition of administration of the Living with Food Allergies Blog Carnival. Lots of spam post submissions and few relevant posts. At the last minute, to help fill things out, I added one of my own as well as a link to an interesting one from The Nut-Free Mom (don't worry, I have sent an email to her to make sure she's ok with that!).
Rational Jenn started this fantastic carnival, and at her suggestion, we're transitioning it over here Food Allergy Buzz. Thankfully, Jenn is still involved! I was so overwhelmed with the start of school, I completely blanked on the carnival momentarily. Thank you, Jenn--glad to help on the blog carnival. I'll be more on top of it on the next go-around!
Allison Johanson presents 50 Free Sites Where You Can Review Clinical Medical Research posted at Online Ultrasound School.
Kim, The Food Allergy Coach presents tasty Flourless Pancakes! posted at The Food Allergy Coach, saying, "These pancakes are delicious! My version is wheat, gluten, peanut and tree nut free, and they can also easily be made dairy free!" Sounds great, Kim!
Jennifer B presents How to "Get rid of", "Clean Off" or "Disinfect" Allergens on Food Allergy Buzz.
Libby presents A Tour of Enjoy Life Foods posted at The Allergic Kid. What a cool prize that was! Thanks, Libby, for sharing this.
Ruth Smith presents Another School Year Begins posted at Best Allergy Sites. The start of school is a crazy, exciting time of the year, especially challenging for those with food allergies and other medical conditions.
Tony presents Food Allergies posted at Health Fitness Article Directory, saying, "Food allergies are funny things. I learned all about them when I was struck by food allergies which developed in my 20s. Turns out I’m allergic to eggs, broccoli, and commercially prepared ribs. The main symptom was stomach cramps that felt like a Charley horse in my stomach, except for the time when this progressed to all-over-the-body hives which then went into my throat, which started to close. My blood pressure dropped to about 70 over 50."
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