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Egg Allergy Giveaway

Egg Allergy Giveaway
If you or your child has an egg allergy, you understand how difficult it can be to find suitable ways to replace eggs in baking. There...
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Kool-Aid Eggs

Kool-Aid Eggs
Have you seen this trick before? Did you know that you can use Kool-Aid packets to dye Easter Eggs? You might be wondering why we’re dying...
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The Most Excellent Dairy-Free Giveaway!

The Most Excellent Dairy-Free Giveaway!
2 DAYS ONLY! You could win: two bottles of Daiya Blue Cheeze Dressing along with one of our Dairy Allergy Slap Bands, a “No Dairy for this...
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An Egg Study

An Egg Study
I’m an experimental person by nature. I love to try things side-by-side to see what works best, try things over and over again, fully understand how...
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What to do when your Epinephrine Expires too soon

What to do when your Epinephrine Expires too soon
Has this ever happened to you? You head to the pharmacy to pick up your child’s most recent epinephrine prescription, take it home, and open it...
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The Faces Behind the Auvi-Q

The Faces Behind the Auvi-Q
In light of the other day's media announcement that the Auvi-Q will not only be returning to market, but will be doing so next month, I wanted...
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Resolutions for the Food Allergy Parent

Resolutions for the Food Allergy Parent
Happy New Year, Dear Readers! Our kids had winter break until Jan 9, and we took a much-needed break too. We often haven’t been able to...
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Fact, Fad, or Fiction? A Brief History of Early Allergy Science

b2ap3_thumbnail_Screen-Shot-2016-12-20-at-12.36.57-PM.pngThis guest post was written by Theresa MacPhail—assistant professor in the Science, Technology, and Society Program at Stevens Institute of Technology. “Many physicians think that idiosyncrasies...
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Take It and Make It Allergy Friendly

Take It and Make It Allergy Friendly
Every fall for the last two years, our elementary school has hosted a Harvest Festival. It takes place after school in the gym, and families are...
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Halloween Candy Allergen Info at Target

Halloween Candy Allergen Info at Target
The level of food allergy awareness surrounding Halloween has increased dramatically in recent years, thanks in large part to the popularity of the Teal Pumpkin movement. Not...
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Denver FARE Walk Recap

Denver FARE Walk Recap
It’s FARE Walk Season! These are great community-building events for families affected by food allergies–there are few other large-scale events where you can meet other people with food allergies...
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Allergy-Friendly Review – HumFree the Bee

Allergy-Friendly Review – HumFree the Bee
Introducing the charming kids book HumFree the Bee Has a Food Allergy by Alison Grace Johansen, with cute, whimsical illustrations by Brian Talbott! HumFree is a...
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Back to School with Food Allergies- Questions Allergic Kids Should Answer

Back to School with Food Allergies- Questions Allergic Kids Should Answer
Is your allergic kiddo heading back to school soon, or even off to school for the first time? There are tons of things to do, of...
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14 Ways Life for Food Allergy Moms is Easier Now

14 Ways Life for Food Allergy Moms is Easier Now
Being a Food Allergy Parent is hard. There is no doubt what-so-ever about that. Between putting a lot more work into “simple” meal planning to worrying...
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Thankful Thursday – At Least Our Kids Get Diagnosed

Thankful Thursday – At Least Our Kids Get Diagnosed
My husband’s late grandmother was fond of telling this story: When her oldest child was a baby, in the late 1940s, he had to go into...
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