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Best Practices For Kids + Epinephrine

I’m not quite sure how summer passed by so quickly. Is it really back-to-school season already?! As families gear up for the school year ahead, we...
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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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Exciting Teal Pumpkin Products!

Exciting Teal Pumpkin Products!
For the last couple years of teal pumpkins and non-food treats, there are couple of products hubby and I wished we had. After searching for them for...
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Unsafe Halloween Candy – Make a Plan!

Unsafe Halloween Candy – Make a Plan!
Let’s imagine it’s after bedtime on Halloween night. The kids have gone trick-or-treating, and hopefully they came home with a good supply of safe sweets and...
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Camp Manitou-Lin, Where Celiac Campers Rejoice

Camp Manitou-Lin, Where Celiac Campers Rejoice
Do you have fond childhood memories of going off to summer camp,  singing songs around the campfire, swimming in the summer sun, making new friends, and...
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Completing the Allergy Superheroes Rogues' Gallery

Completing the Allergy Superheroes Rogues' Gallery
It's been a while, but I wanted to share the rest of the Allergy Superheroes villains here on the blog. With these four characters, our Rogue's...
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Keeping Green Eggs out of the Classroom

Keeping Green Eggs out of the Classroom
March 2nd is Dr. Seuss's birthday, which has nationally become known as Read Aloud Day. This is a great opportunity to increase literacy in younger children...
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Why are our Allergens Villains?

Why are our Allergens Villains?
A few weeks ago, Hubby and I sat down to plot the course of Allergy Superheroes for 2016. It's hard to believe we've been around for...
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Hidden Allergens at Christmas and Holiday

Hidden Allergens at Christmas and Holiday
Everywhere you go during the holiday season, you’ll find hidden allergens lurking: in the food at Christmas parties, in edible decorations, special, traditional foods with milk,...
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Give Away of Book: A Food Allergy Story

Give Away of Book: A Food Allergy Story
I'm very excited to share the news about my newly published children's book about food allergies.  My book is unique because it addresses life with food...
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Dress for Success with help from Talk For Me Tees

Dress for Success with help from Talk For Me Tees
Head Back to School in Style! Sending kids with food allergies out into the world with food allergies can be scary -- and the smaller the...
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7 Things this Food Allergy Mom is Thankful For

7 Things this Food Allergy Mom is Thankful For
    The school year ended last week.  I have to admit, I was overwhelmed with the junk the kids brought home from school. Then I...
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FPIES: Simple Words, Complex Realities

FPIES: Simple Words, Complex Realities
FPIES: Simple Words, Complex Realities By Nichole L. Huff, Ph.D., CFLE One evening last week, in reviewing the papers sent home in my kindergartener’s daily folder,...
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On the Road or In the Air: Traveling with Food Allergies

On the Road or In the Air: Traveling with Food Allergies
It’s the holiday season and the time of the year when traveling to visit friends and relatives becomes a major part of family activities. Whether you’re...
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Hidden Foods, the Holidays and Relatives with Good Intentions

Hidden Foods, the Holidays and Relatives with Good Intentions
Parents often feel alone in the battle against food allergies. Even though there are 15 million people who suffer with food allergies, it can still feel...
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