A 10-year-old boy with leukemia who recently received a bone marrow transplant was cured not only of his cancer, but of his severe peanut allergy too.
Building a gingerbread house is a great family activity for the holidays, and those of us living with food allergies or celiac disease shouldn’t have to miss out on the fun! That’s why the Allergic Living kitchen has created the ultimate allergy-friendly and gluten-free gingerbread house. In the spirit of the holidays, we’re providing it [...]
This feature was first published in Allergic Living magazine. It’s common for parents to fret about young children who refuse food. But Cathy Reidy just knew she was dealing with more than routine pickiness with her second child. “He basically stopped eating and had no interest in food. We were struggling to get him to [...]
The federal School Access to Emergency Epinephrine Act was signed into law by the President on November 13.
The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention have released the long-awaited school food allergy guidelines.
The Canadian city of Hamilton moved one step closer to requiring epinephrine auto-injectors at its 1,900 food service outlets.
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Hannah Ianelli is a new kid these days. The 11-year-old girl from the Boston area has good reason to grin, now that she’s finished a peanut oral immunotherapy trial that involved getting shots of the asthma drug omalizumab (or Xolair). Going out for dinner with her family, eating at a friend’s house, or heading to [...]