This article is from the Children Allergies and Asthma FAQ, by Eileen Kupstas Soo firstname.lastname@example.org with numerous contributions by others.
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FAQ on Asthma from sci.med. NOTE: this is not geared towards
asthma in children but does have some useful information for
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!
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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.