Carrier will be the first major international airline to make this policy change.
Allergy Eats app redesign allows users to customize results according to their allergens.
Patients taking the drug had one-third the number of reactions of a placebo group while doing OIT
What do a nerdy kid from Oklahoma, a confident musician from Virginia, and a laid-back athlete from California all have in common? They were all in Washington D.C. from November 13 to 15 for the 10th Annual FARE (Food Allergy Research and Education) Teen Summit. Every year, hundreds of teens with food allergies gather for… Read more »
Since the arrival of FARE’s sensationally popular Teal Pumpkin Project, food-allergic children can trick or treat with less fear at houses decorated with teal-colored pumpkins, which indicate that allergy-friendly loot is being offered. Here are Allergic Living’s top picks of candy alternatives to include – either in your bowl of goodies or as valued toy to… Read more »
Gina Clowes writes about the benefits of living with food allergies.
Kyle Dine’s lesson’s learned from his advocacy work with allergic and non-allergic kids.
Educate yourself on which colleges are getting with the allergy-friendly program and what they’re doing to keep you safe.
It’s important to be organized and communicate well to ensure that the school your allergic child is attending is on top of anaphylaxis prevention measures and safety protocols.
Starting College: Wisdom From An Allergy Mom. Writer Nicole Smith on the learning curve in finding a safe college experience.