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Inside the New Issue …

Cover Story: Family Food Feud – When your relatives don’t – or won’t – get food allergies or celiac disease, it’s a recipe for blowups and strained relations. Writer Carolyn Black explores – from the stories of many families in this predicament to the experts’ novel ways to reopen the lines of communication. A truly insightful read for anyone contending with such issues.

Fragrance and Skin Allergies – Health writer Pauline Comeau investigates the intriguing research out of Sweden that will open the door to distinguishing between scented products and perfumes that will cause skin to flare – and those that will be safe to use. A huge breakthrough is expected for those forced to live until now by the sweeping edict: avoid all fragrance.

Breaking News: Inside Air Canada’s new buffer zone policy; when the teacher is the food allergy bully; the latest on peanut-eating and pregnancy; Canada’s lagging food labels and paint’s effects on kids. Also: East Meets West – the food allergy experts at New York’s Mount Sinai embrace Chinese medicine at their new alternative allergy clinic.

Sublime Holiday Party Food: Chef Simon gives you all the goods to create a perfect party – from polenta triangles to beggars’ purses, soup shooters, mushroom risotto cakes and more. And natch’ - all free of top allergens and gluten.
+ Go Dairy Free’s Alisa Fleming shares her favorite baking substitutes for sour cream, buttermilk and eggs.

How to Spot Asthma – Is your child’s cough and wheeze asthma? The experts to divulge how to know.

Columns: Shelley Case answers Celiac FAQs; Ask the Allergists; Laurie Harada on food allergies; Gluten-free Girl; Healthy Home: filtering your air; the Allergic Diva.

Currents Supplement: The CNRC’s asthma experts have hot tips on asthma and the cold; they take your question and help you asthma-proof the babysitter. Plus: inventive ways to beat the dust mite.

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