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Campfires, Canoes, Cabins, and Cross-Contact: Tips for Safe Summer Camping

Last week I dropped my kids off at summer camp. They’re still too young for sleepaway camp, but it is all day every day for a week,...

The Forever Chemicals in Our Food—And Now in Our Bodies

Disclaimer: this article may result in appetite loss, stomachache, and a lack of faith in our nation’s food safety regulations. On Monday, the New York Times published a...

New Survey Findings Reveal Dangers of Dining Out With Food Allergies

Last month, our friends at Snack Safely reported the findings of a survey representing 1,000 food-allergic individuals in the UK. The survey was carried out by the law firm...

Food Allergy Week 2019 Official

Food Allergy Week 2019 Official
We were honored and thrilled this week to accept the Official 2019 Colorado Proclamation of Food Allergy Awareness Week from Governor Jared Polis!We have requested proclamations...

Love Remembers Day Trailblazer Award Nominations 2019

Love Remembers Day Trailblazer Award Nominations 2019
It’s time to gear up for Love Remembers Day 2019!I’m still so honored to have received the Love Remembers Day Trailblazer Advocate Award from Compassion for Anaphylaxis last...

Childhood Food Allergy Prevention Q&A with Dr. Katie Marks-Cogan

If you’re a dedicated Allergy Amulet follower, then you know we love to support individuals doing amazing things in the food allergy space! We recently had a...

Peanut Friendly Baseball Game

Peanut Friendly Baseball Game
Have you heard about the movement to have peanut friendly baseball games? We've been fortunate to go the last few years.Peanuts. And Crackerjacks. These two items...

Oral Immunotherapy—Three Years Later

A little over two years ago, I wrote a blog for Allergy Amulet called OIT—Is It For Me? In that piece, I talked about our family’s decision...

Food Allergy Advocacy in Schools

Sending your child off to school is worrisome enough as a parent—but when your child has a food allergy, that anxiety amplifies. My daughter is highly allergic...

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...

How Kids view Food Challenges

How Kids view Food Challenges
I just discovered an artifact that spelled out my fears of a food challenge as a kid. And all because my 5th grade teacher made us...

Intuitive Eating + Food Allergy

Intuitive Eating + Food Allergy
Proper nutrition, much like medicine, does not have a one-size-fits-all approach. In fact, what works for one person may not work for another. This is also...

Baked Egg versus Egg OIT: How do they stack up?

Baked Egg versus Egg OIT: How do they stack up?
Our son was part of the American Academy of Allergy, Asthma, and Immunology study of baked egg vs. OIT!Allergists have been recommending baked egg (when tolerated) as...

Food Allergy Day Trip Breckenridge

Food Allergy Day Trip Breckenridge
I’m not a huge fan of the cold, which is kind of funny being that I live in Colorado. But we’re also one of the sunniest...

Food Allergy Lunch Drama before breakfast

Food Allergy Lunch Drama before breakfast
We had some food allergy lunch drama this morning.Just a few minutes after dropping my son off at school today (just one, the other was home...