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November 22, 2008

Food Allergies
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Parents want to serve their kids healthy, wholesome foods, but what the heck are all of those ingredients on the package labels? And whats the story with sudden food allergies? An authority gives us some answers. Then, car accidents are the top killers of teens. A traffic safety expert shares the results of a study with some shocking figures. And our troops overseas need your help. Learn how you can give it.
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Food Allergy Epidemic
Food allergies are a growing public health and food safety concern in the U.S., affecting more than 12 million Americans. Anne Munoz-Furlong, founder and CEO of The Food Allergy & Anaphylaxis Network talks about the most common food allergies and talked about why they can be so dangerous. She also explains the most common symptoms of food allergies.
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Dangers of Teen Driving
16-year-old drivers are involved in five times as many crashes per mile driven than adults. Susan Pikrallidas, Vice President, Public Affairs for the AAA Foundation for Traffic Safety outlines the results of AAA's recent study of teen driving.
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Supporting Our Troops
Allison Barber, Deputy Assistant Secretary of Defense, U.S. Department of Defense talks about the many ways that Americans can offer support to soldiers stationed overseas and their families. The U.S. Department of Defense has set up a website (, as a clearinghouse for hundreds of charitable organizations that support the troops in a myriad of ways.
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