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Should your child’s U.S. school district have a Food Allergy Task Force? We have one, and it’s the greatest group of advocates our school district has ever had to increase education and awareness of food allergies, and to keep children with life-threatening food allergies safe at school. Life Before the Task Force Before our task force [...]
All kids hate to feel different and just want to fit in. So imagine how your allergic student feels when his teacher wants to give out treats during an activity, celebration or party, but has nothing for the child with allergies. Indie Candy to the rescue! The Alabama-based company, which ships to the U.S. and [...]
Off to College – with Allergies University is a time of great transition, especially for food allergic students navigating meal plans, shared kitchens and pub nights. Allergic Living examines how prepared students – and institutions – are to handle this brave new reality. Food Allergy: Teens Talk About It Teens with food allergies face the [...]
To subscribe to the American edition of Allergic Living, click here. To subscribe to the Canadian edition of Allergic Living, click here. Out of Control: Asthma in America: There’s an asthma crisis in U.S. The number of people with the disease is growing, and too many of them do not have the disease under the control. Allergic Living [...]
A new study has found a connection between electromagnetic fields (EMFs) and asthma – and could reignite the controversy about the safety of electronics and power lines. Lead study author Dr. De-Kun Li followed pregnant women and their children for up to 13 years to assess the possible effects of magnetic fields on health. The women wore [...]
To subscribe to the Canadian edition of Allergic Living, click here. To subscribe to the American edition of Allergic Living, click here. Asthma Nation: There’s an asthma crisis in Canada. We have one of the highest incidences of asthma in the world, and the highest incidence by far is in kids, especially boys. As well, over half [...]
As many as 29 percent of those of African descent are found to have a gene that makes them susceptible to asthma.