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Airborne Food Allergens—What’s the Risk?

Airborne Food Allergens—What’s the Risk?
When we hear stories of serious allergic reactions to food, they often involve someone unknowingly ingesting a food that contains their allergen. Gut-wrenching stories like the...
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Peter Rabbit: A Tale of Teachable Moments

Peter Rabbit: A Tale of Teachable Moments
On February 9th, Sony Pictures released its long-awaited movie that modernizes the classic tale of Peter Rabbit—the mischievous little bunny that chases about the garden of...
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Play dates and food allergies

Play dates and food allergies
Play dates are important in a child's life.  The educational and personal development potential are limitless.  But, do food allergies interfere with some kid's ability to...
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FOOD ALLERGY WELLNESS SUMMIT: COLLEGE 101

FOOD ALLERGY WELLNESS SUMMIT: COLLEGE 101
My husband and I drove through Nashville this past weekend and stopped to have dinner with the college boy. You’ve heard me refer to our son...
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An Allergic Foodie Reviews FEEDING EDEN

An Allergic Foodie Reviews FEEDING EDEN
I downloaded Feeding Eden:The Trials and Triumphs of a Food Allergy Family (Sterling, 2012) by Susan Weissman after meeting her at a food allergy bloggers conference. While my...
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Food Allergy Education Using Role Playing

Food Allergy Education Using Role Playing
With a little guidance and imagination, you can help your child to understand his or her food allergies. When your child feels left out of a...
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Food Allergy or Food Sensitivity?

  Food allergy or food sensitivity? Is there a difference between a gluten allergy and gluten sensitivity? What are the differences between the two? Do you...
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Know How to Recognize Food Allergy Symptoms

Know How to Recognize Food Allergy Symptoms
The symptoms of allergic reactions to food vary both in type and severity among individuals and even in one individual over time. Some children may not...
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Are the Airlines on Board with Passengers’ Food Allergies?

Are the Airlines on Board with Passengers’ Food Allergies?
Allergic travelers are stepping up and speaking out about their rights as airline passengers.  Some are even getting political support. This past December, the New JerseySenate unanimously passed...
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Food Allergies: Traditional Chinese Medicine, Western Science, and the Search for a Cure

Food Allergies: Traditional Chinese Medicine, Western Science, and the Search for a Cure
Food Allergies: Traditional Chinese Medicine, Western Science, and the Search for a Cure, by Henry Ehrlich Before covering this enlightening book, I'd like to take a...
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Make a Difference - Choose Epinephrine

Make a Difference - Choose Epinephrine
  Why are we so hesitant to use epinephrine?     I don't know anyone who analyzes the severity of a headache before taking medicine for...
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How to get an EpiPen for FREE! (With or Without Insurance)

How to get an EpiPen for FREE! (With or Without Insurance)
If you or your child has a severe food allergy, you already know that having (and carrying) an EpiPen is not even an option. However, many...
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Survey for parents with dairy allergic children and teens

Are you a parent managing your child's or teen's dairy allergy?  My name is Julie Trone and I am the CEO of Allergy Free Table, LLC. ...
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Thank you, freedible members, for keeping me safe.

Thank you, freedible members, for keeping me safe.
When I started working to build the freedible site, I had a list of food intolerances as long as your arm but little did I know...
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Back to School with Food Allergies & Intolerances ~ MUST HAVES!

Back to School with Food Allergies & Intolerances ~ MUST HAVES!
I'm often asked what are my favorite lunch boxes, allergy ID tags, bracelets, food allergy t-shirts, and labels for my own daughter for school. So, I decided to...
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