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This article is from the Children Allergies and Asthma FAQ, by Eileen Kupstas Soo kupstas@cs.unc.edu with numerous contributions by others.

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Mailing lists

Asthma/Allergies Mailing List:
To join, send mail to asthma-request@infopro.com.
Post by sending mail to asthma@infopro.com

Allergy LISTSERV

To join, send mail to the administrative robot at LISTSERV@listserv.tamu.edu
with the message:

get Allergy welcome


alt.support.non-smoker

Alt.med.allergy Newsgroup

Alt.support.asthma Newsgroup
This group has two FAQs: Alt.support.asthma FAQ
and Alt.support.asthma Asthma Medications FAQ

The Alt.Support.Asthma Reading And Resource List
This list was developed and is maintained by Lynn Short
(lfshort@europa.com)


Celiac Listserv

To subscribe, send mail to:
LISTSERV@MAELSTROM.STJOHNS.EDU
or, if you are on a bitnet site,
LISTSERV@SJUVM.BITNET
with SUBSCRIBE CELIAC yourfirstname yourlastname in the body.
You will be sent information on how
to use the mailing list, and how to access the archives. The FAQ can be
obtained by putting GET CELIAC FAQ in the body of a message to the list
server. Even more info is available if GET NEWCEL PACKAGE is included.





There is a mailing list for people with chemical sensitivities called mcs-immune-neuro. To
join, send email to

listserv@maelstrom.stjohns.edu
and in the BODY write:
subscribe mcs-immune-neuro Your Name
The list is run by Ginny Kloth (bijou@blrg.tds.net).





The No-milk list (Milk/Casein/Lactose-free mailing list) is an open,
unmoderated discussion list for those following a milk/casein/lactose-free
diet, and for people with an interest in milk-free issues.
To join, send email to

LISTSERV@MAELSTROM.STJOHNS.EDU
and in the BODY write:
SUB NO-MILK YourFirstName YourLastName
The list is run by Max Desorgher (maxdes@xs4all.nl).


FAQ on Asthma from sci.med. NOTE: this is not geared towards
asthma in children but does have some useful information for
children.
Keeper: ???

Peanut allergies: Betsy Wilson (Elizabeth.Wilson@jpl.nasa.gov) has a
set of ideas for parents of children with peanut allergies. She
lists what she has done to make their situation work best.

Rec.food.veg.recipes -- milk-free, egg-free recipes

misc.consumers.house -- information on household products

World-Wide Web resources

I assume that if you are interested in Web sources, you have have Web access;
therefore, I'll just point you to my Allergy and Asthma FAQ Web page and
save myself some typing!


FAQ Home Page


This page has links to the FAQ (what you have now) and to Web pages
on institutions and groups, Internet newsgroup pages ( same as listed
earlier in this FAQ), gluten-free diets pages, miscellaneous allergy and
asthma information, and allerg/asthma product pages.


 

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