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Elijah’s Echo

Elijah’s Echo
Elijah-Alavi Affiq Thomas SilveraJanuary 16, 2014 – November 3, 2017To members of the food allergy community, food allergy deaths are never easy to swallow. It’s doubly...
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Glow Party

Glow Party
Everybody loves sugary birthday treats, but the fact is that in a school setting, those same treats can exclude–or even be downright dangerous to–kids who have...
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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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6 Food Allergy Struggles At School

6 Food Allergy Struggles At School
School can be pretty tough sometimes, but when you add food allergies into the mix let’s just say things get very interesting and complicated. As someone...
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5 Back to School Tips with Food Allergies

5 Back to School Tips with Food Allergies

Photo Credit: //www.flickr.com/photos/[email protected]/3349076019/ Davis via Compfight ccWant to learn more about Laquisha read the description box on the Youtube video. Hope you enjoy.   I know I am late on the “back to...
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Check out our Back to School Guide!

Check out our Back to School Guide!
Starting the year off right! Check out the back to school tips, stories & recipes in our new, community-sourced guide!   Whether your kids are in...
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A Little Kindness Goes A Long Way - Custom Eating In Schools

A Little Kindness Goes A Long Way - Custom Eating In Schools
A little kindness goes a long way.  I can recall a school holiday luncheon when I was in the second grade.  This was years before my...
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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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