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Spring 2011-Canadian Edition

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  • The Guide to Smart Dining: Our must-read guide to finding the right restaurant, what to say to the chef, the server and more. Plus: View from the kitchen.
  • Farm Fresh: From leg of lamb to lemon-thyme chicken with micro greens, Chef Simon’s spring recipes are just bursting with flavor.
  • All Stuffed Up: Ah, spring. The sniffles, the headaches, the red, teary eyes… The cheek pain? Tree-pollen allergy symptoms explained.
  • Uncorking Wine Allergy: Eureka! A surprising new culprit may open the door to hypoallergenic vintages.
  • Allergy News: School allergy law passed; test to predict food allergies; peanut vaccine breakthrough; May is Awareness Month!
  • Healthy Home: A fume-free kitchen reno that’s easy on the eyes – and lungs.
  • Currents: Canadian Network for Respiratory Care’s asthma/allergy supplement: why you need an Asthma Action Plan; COPD; teens and dating; experts’ Q&A.
  • Gluten-free Girl: Why being GF in the airport is actually a good thing.
  • Gluten-free Goddess: How to come to love your new ingredients. Recipes: carrot cake, soda bread, potato soup.
  • The Celiac Expert: Shelley Case sees hopeful developments in celiac disease.
  • Ask the Allergists: Peanut allergy; “sublingual” immunotherapy; exercise-induced anaphylaxis; what to do when your teen won’t carry his EpiPen.
  • Ask the Dermatologist: Dr. Sandy Skotnicki-Grant on self-tanners.
  • Books: Allergic Girl spills her secrets to living well; gluten-free cookbooks
  • Natural Beauty: The warmer weather ushers in the lightest in skin care and makeup.
  • Hot Finds: From nose soothers to gluten-free foods, read up on the hottest new products.

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