After a mistake of eating an unsafe candy, our brave girl acted swiftly to save her own life.
A 16-year-old with food allergies tells her story of bullying.
No child can live in a bubble but backing off can be especially hard for parents of food-allergic children. One mom shows how she learned to let go.
One woman’s story proves how much life comes down to perspective.
Intrepid teen reporter Morgan Smith goes inside the FAAN Teen Summit for the low-down on peer pressure, dating and getting up the nerve to take part in an allergy clinical trial.
Hearing her classmates call food allergies “not serious”, “not real”, and “funny” was all the motivation one little girl needed to spread the facts and enlighten her peers.
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