Don’t let food allergies take the fun out of your next vacation. Prep the family with these tips before you go and you’ll be ready for adventure, not angst.
We asked parents on Allergic Living‘s Facebook page how their child’s allergies have affected their quality of life – for better and for worse. Some of the answers appear in the Summer 2011 issue of Allergic Living magazine. Here are the rest of them. – No food can be called “convenient” anymore. My life is… Read more »
An airline policy reversal has landed cats back in the cabin. For allergy sufferers and those with asthma, it’s more than just irritating news.
Don’t leave home without these food-allergy travel essentials.
Going on holiday? Let hotel employees know about food allergies before you check in and avoid taking chances with your health.
Make air travel with food allergies hassle-free by prepping with these tips before you fly.
Don’t let food allergies keep you from your dream vacation. Be smart and be prepared and you’ll be ready to handle almost any situation that comes your way.
As any soy-allergic person will tell you, it seems as though the small vegetable is in just about everything – and they’re right. The tiny legumes – which are related to clover, peas and alfalfa – are incredibly versatile as a food, but they are also used in thousands of products such as soaps, cosmetics,plastics,… Read more »
Allergies to kiwi, also known as the Chinese gooseberry or macaque peach, are on the increase worldwide.
From the Allergic Living archives; this popular article was first published in the magazine in 2010. Dr. Antony Ham Pong knew that sesame allergies were on the rise. It was the mid-1990s, and at the time, no other countries in the world had included the tiny seed on their lists of “priority allergens” – that… Read more »