Sorry I missed it before. And real sorry a possible spamster got me here...
If people have been advised to keep babies (up to 12 months) away from peanuts, it is no wonder they are allergic to peanuts. It's no different to any "isolated" baby suddenly hitting the real world - it's often fatal.
I recently even read or heard how some celebrity blasted someone for giving her some peanut containing food because SHE was pregnant!
Whilst I understand - through experience only - that people in general can't see the (non-)logic or common sense, I find it reprehensible what some medicos et al are advising. That peanut advice is a typical example, but seeing some recent TV "Dr Whoever" close an episode with his valuable "viewer tip" that remote controls are "one of the biggest germ transmitters" and that the SOLUTION was to wrap it in a plastic bag etc... Man, I just cracked up, and was then somewhat angry for a few days...
What next - back to brushing teeth BEFORE meals?
Or a diet that restricts food intake for a period of time?
Maybe professionals too are now believing the "most common" information in webland. There goes "evolution for the better" theory.