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Our Travel Guide: Accommodations

Hotels Ask for what you need. If you have a life-threatening allergy, tell the check-in clerk so he or she can put it on your file. Also double check that if you asked for a room with a kitchen, that’s what you’re getting. If you’re not sure where the closest medical facilities are, ask for […]

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Our Travel Guide: Travel by Air

Travel by Air Pack your medications. Always remember to bring your allergy and asthma medications with you – and if you’re flying, don’t pack them in your checked baggage. Keep them with you at all times. Pack food. If you’re not sure what foods will be available on the road or in the air, bring […]

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Summer 2005

The Essential Guide to Allergic Travel: Where to stay and eat in Canada and the U.S. Spotlight: Q&A with triathlete Simon Whitfield How Do They Do It?: The coping secrets of three families whose active children have multiple food allergies. Allergy News: Sabrina’s Law, allergy legislation, Asthma management study. Hot Topics: Why Laurie Harada of […]

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