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Got a food allergy blog? Then you’ll want register today for the FAB bloggers conference in Las Vegas in early November.
Hannah Ianelli is a new kid these days. The 11-year-old girl from the Boston area has good reason to grin, now that she’s finished a peanut oral immunotherapy trial that involved getting shots of the asthma drug omalizumab (or Xolair). Going out for dinner with her family, eating at a friend’s house, or heading to […]
FOOD Allergies, EoE, Autism, Asthma, Celiac Disease and Eczema all have mast cell issues in common. There is a huge need for research into food allergy and its relationship with these other diseases. You have probably heard of most of these diagnoses except for maybe a new diagnosis called Mast Cell Disorder.
The School Access to Emergency Epinephrine Act has reached the U.S. Senate. Here’s how to support it.
The Discovery Channel will air a full hour documentary on food allergies as a growing public health issue on September 7.
Allergic Living presents: the Comparing Universities Chart. We’ve interviewed dietitians, food services directors, housing officials and more to bring you our chart comparing allergy policies at 16 universities across Canada. Click the image below to see the full chart, updated in Fall 2014.
FARE Walks for Food Allergy are a great way to meet new friends while raising money for a great cause. This September, there are many walks occurring all over the United States. See the chart below for a walk near you. September 2013 FARE Walks: Houston, TX September 7, 2013 Utica, NY September 8, 2013 […]
Did you know that 80,000 American kids miss school every day due to asthma-related issues? National Jewish Health in Denver has created this excellent video about back-to-school asthma issues. It explains the so-called September Spike: how the combination of decreased medication use in summer months, fall allergens like ragweed and other students’ viruses can create […]