Spike of 95% seen for severe reactions over a 7-year period, with teen rates the highest.
Four states have been added to the 2015 State Honor Roll of Asthma and Allergy Policies for Schools
It’s lunchtime. The cafeteria is crowded and loud. When you’re a parent of an allergic child, the main concern when those lunchboxes fly open is that your kid is safe. But you also want to find a way to keep the meal interesting and ensure your student doesn’t feel deprived. Maybe there’s even a way… Read more »
In-flight staff would be required to know how and when to use auto-injectors for food allergic passengers under proposed federal legislation
She has a master’s degree and more than 20 years’ experience in public policy and philanthropy – but behind the professional demeanor, Jennifer Jobrack also knows the worrisome realities of life as a food allergy mom. Jobrack first became involved in food allergy advocacy when she joined the Food Allergy Initiative (FAI) in 2010 as… Read more »
Free of gluten and all Top 8 allergens.
Allergists say children with asthma shouldn’t be tested for peanut allergy routinely.
New data shows how few in the population know what to do when anaphylaxis strikes.
Allergic Living’s allergy-friendly candy and treats list for all the ghouls and boys.