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Children's Health Jan 16
Celeste’s wish came true! She handed out presents to other patients here today.
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Children's Health Jan 13
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Children's Health Jan 12
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Thanks everyone for participating in this with ! For more info on food allergies:
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Children's Health Jan 12
Thank you for interviewing me last week about these new guidelines:
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Children's Health Jan 12
At 4 to 6 months, give an age-appropriate peanut product. Refer to A5 at for suitable options
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Children's Health Jan 12
A8: If your child doesn't have those risk factors, you can introduce peanut at home
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Children's Health Jan 12
A8: Children with severe eczema or egg allergy should be evaluated by their PCP before introducing peanut
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Children's Health Jan 12
Q8: Should I introduce peanuts to my child under supervision of my child's pediatrician?
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Children's Health Jan 12
A7: There is a genetic predisposition to peanut allergies.
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Children's Health Jan 12
Q7: Are peanut allergies genetic?
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Children's Health Jan 12
A6: Or give 21 sticks of Bamba if your child is eating finger foods
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Children's Health Jan 12
A6: 2 teaspoons of peanut flour mixed with yogurt will also work.
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Children's Health Jan 12
Q6: Another option is 2 teaspoons of peanut butter with 2 Tablespoons of fruit puree
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Children's Health Jan 12
A6:Recommend to give 2 grams of peanut protein = 2 teaspoons of smooth peanut butter, mixed with 2 teaspoons of hot water
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Children's Health Jan 12
Q6: How much should you give at first? Do you build up over time?
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Children's Health Jan 12
A5: Make sure the cereal, veggies and peanut products are appropriate consistency for age
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Children's Health Jan 12
A5: Give complementary foods at 4-6 mos. Start with cereal, veggies and include peanut if other foods are tolerated.
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