Fall 2012 – Canadian Edition
- School Food Allergy Super Heroes: Meet our remarkable educator “heroes” – honored for always keeping food-allergic students safe and included.
- Mapping Food Allergies: Dr. Ruchi Gupta explains her U.S. study that finds city kids far more prone to food allergies than farm children.
- Dairy & Gluten – Doubled Trouble: Avoiding gluten but still having symptoms? Dairy intolerance may be a factor.
- Ask the Allergists: The experts take questions on why we get hives, ragweed’s eye symptoms, allergen vapors in the restaurant and testing an almond allergy.
- Super Safe Recipes: From pot roast to pork loin with pumpkin to a savory chili, we luxuriate in slow cooking.
- Spice Pear Cobbler: scrumptious and dairy- and gluten-free. Plus: Caramel Apple Oat Bars.
- Healthy Home: How to create the bedroom that breathes – with no VOCs, little dust and dander.
- Allergy-friendly Products: Our editors recommend eco-friendly lunch bento boxes, cool cargo pants with meds pocket; allergen-free soups, deli meats and cookies. Plus: allergy-friendly and gluten-free cookbooks.
- Hot Topics: Laurie Harada’s son with multiple allergies is off to a faraway university. Mother and son weigh in with their points of view.
- Gluten-Free Girl: Shauna James Ahern’s tricks to bring convenience to the GF diet.
- Celiac Expert: Shelley Case on the advent of good, gluten-free bread.
- Allergic Living’s Asthma Handbook: Still struggling with control? Read this essential article to spot your solution.
- Currents supplement: CNRC experts on school asthma triggers, spacers and masks, how we’re “primed’ for ragweed, and swimming: good or bad for asthma?
- Asthma Finds: New asthma app for the smartphone; an allergy-trapping doormat.
- Allergy News: Food labels are the law and gluten’s defined, egg therapy’s mixed results and celiac kids’ bone health.
- Allergic Diva: Pamela Lee has amazing kitchen finds to help with safe home cooking.
- Our Story: A mother rolls up her sleeves to ensure the allergy rules will be followed for “the new kid” at school.