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Health Canada has finally released the findings of its public consultation about “may contain” allergen and gluten warnings.
The CTA agreed to Air Canada’s request that food can’t be guaranteed nut-free within one of its allergy buffer zones.
Almost 6 million U.S. children under the age of 18 have food allergies, says a new study. Peanuts, milk and shellfish are found to be the most common culprits.
A stunning 28 percent of inner city kids with asthma or skin allergies proved to be food allergic in a New York study.
The team at Allergic Living were honoured to be awarded the Susan Dagleish Award for Corporate Community Service at Anaphylaxis Canada’s spring conference.
After learning about rules put in place to accommodate a peanut allergic student, parents at one Florida elementary school became outraged.
Soon after receiving a double lung transplant, a Toronto woman had four anaphylactic reactions. Turns out the donor had a peanut allergy.
Regulations requiring 11 top allergens and gluten to be clearly labeled on foods and beverages will pass on Feb. 16. The lone exception: beer.
A 7-year-old nut allergic boy suffered two heart attacks and one respiratory arrest after eating chocolate from a substitute teacher.