After a child receives a severe food allergy diagnosis, emotions tend to run high. Reader Sue Marchand shares her story.
After leaving her backpack unattended, Charlotte Jude Schwartz became a victim of food allergy bullying. She tells how they caught the culprit.
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.
In the fall of last year as my daughter Avery sat with her Grade 5 class, she was horrified to hear some classmates discussing a peer’s food allergies as “not serious”, “not real”, and “funny”.