The demand that sesame be required by federal law to be labeled on food products is gaining traction amid the release of a new report
Two lawsuits filed by the mother of Amarria Johnson, the 7-year-old Virginia girl who died from eating a single peanut at school recess, appear to have been settled as of September 2015. Amarria’s mother, Laura Pendleton, had filed a wrongful death suit against Chesterfield County, Virginia, where the school her daughter attended is located, and […]
In October 2014, Allergic Living declared in a headline that “Teal is the New Orange” (at least in pumpkins), and our sense of a bewitching trend proved right on target. The Teal Pumpkin Project, sponsored and led by the non-profit FARE, took off last fall as thousands of parents and kids across the United States […]
Science historian Matthew Smith’s new book, Another Person’s Poison charts in detail the various stages of food allergy’s development.
American pediatricians have gone a step further than their initial June endorsement of new interim guidelines for infant consumption of peanuts
Back to school can be a time of heightened stress. Here’s a wealth of resources from the allergists and others who attended our Twitter party