In our new Winter 2017 magazine, Allergic Living investigates pioneering research that shows tiny gut microbes may hold the key to preventing – and even curing – asthma and food allergies. We bring you a must-read excerpt of this article, in which you’ll meet the doctor with a technique to replace the microbes that newborns miss in C-section delivery.
Steer clear of cats, spores, smoke and more with our insightful Holiday Asthma Guide. From seasonal asthma triggers, to what to tote in your asthma kit, holiday pitfalls and cold weather wisdom – we’ve got you covered. read more
Happy Holidays From our Staff It is our staff’s pleasure to share great resources with you. We wish all our readers and their families a most enjoyable, safe and allergy-friendly holiday. We greatly appreciate your support! A small gift: Get inspired with our allergy-friendly baking list here.
From soccer to ice hockey, kids take part in Red Sneakers campaign to honor Oakley Debbs.
Air travel site finds risk of nut residue on airline’s scoops also used to serve ice.
Big food allergy report sees need for better labels, calls for wide epi access.
• Special Report:Gut Bacteria and Our Allergies– In one of our most important articles, Allergic Living goes deep into the latest microbiome research, which holds unprecedented promise for allergy and asthma prevention, and possibly even a cure.
• Baking Delights –Free-from pastry guru Cat Ruehle offers up spectacular treats for your Holiday get-togethers.
• Single, with Allergies –Our tell-all from the dating trenches.
• Celiac and Your Skin –This disease is far more than a gut reaction.
Look for the current Winter issue at Barnes & Noble – before it's sold out!
In Canada, the magazine is at select Chapters/Indigo stores.