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Travel With Allergies

United Airlines Quietly Changes Its Peanut Policy

Airline now allowing crew to create “buffer zones” around peanut-allergic passengers.

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Anaphylaxis in the Air: Two Recent Airline Incidents

A report on two recent anaphylaxis emergencies in the sky.

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To the Bahamas with Multiple Food Allergies

A website hooked me on the Bahamas and its palm trees and beaches. But what to do for food?

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Hotel Havens for Allergies and Asthma

Travel without rooms that expose you to dust, chemicals and mold? Yes, please!
These fabulous hotels are going the extra mile with hypoallergenic accommodations.

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Airlines Hear the Case for Allergy Accommodations

An unprecedented opportunity to make the case directly to the top U.S. airlines for clear guidelines for accommodating air travelers with food allergies.

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Hotels & Allergies: Questions to Frequently Ask

By Alisa Fleming Dust mites and mold are top allergy triggers to consider when lodging away from home. Dr. Mark Lazarovich, an allergist and the founder of AllerpassMD.com, the allergic traveler guide to hotels, offers Allergic Living readers top questions to ask hotel staff before you book:   Could I get a second floor or […]

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Airlines Face Lobbying from Allergic Travelers

Allergic travelers are getting vocal about rights, gaining political support and starting petitions.

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A Family of Four Squeezes into the Honeymoon Suite

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Advice on Flying with Allergies

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Flying Into Stormy Skies with Food Allergies

Inconsistent allergy policies are leaving travelers stressed and angry. What can be done? Dr. Brett Greenberger vividly recalls the dream vacation that imploded. Four years ago, the Baltimore psychiatrist and his wife Emily, a social worker, planned a Caribbean getaway for the family – including their three kids and his parents. Since their daughter Lily, […]

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