Allergic Living’s allergy-friendly candy and treats list for all the ghouls and boys.
A report estimates the global market for gluten-free products will reach $6.8 billion by 2019.
The case of the Knudsen family versus a daycare in Iowa gained national attention last year.
Who’d have believed it? My daughter and I were nearing the roof of Africa.
Q: My teenage son had a second spell of bad breathing during a school basketball game. Even when he stopped playing, it felt like somebody was sitting on his chest. Could this be due to asthma?
A new study finds soy, corn and other (supposedly ‘healthy’) food oils may be causing lung inflammation.
Q: My 11-year-old has sesame allergy and I keep hearing about more and more sesame-allergic children. Why isn’t sesame on the top allergens list and labeled on foods as an allergen?
Q. I have a soy allergy, and find that many personal care products, such as shampoos and body wash, contain soy. How concerned do I need to be about soy in these types of products?
Q: I’m a chef and often serve food to allergic customers. Is it safe for those with shellfish allergies to consume sea salt? I’ve read that it can contain a microscopic type of shellfish.