With the cooler weather, we’re indoors more than ever. To help keep allergies at bay, ditch the broadloom in favor of one of Allergic Living’s top choices for an allergy-free floor.
How to prepare – not scare – your child about managing life.
Some have so few symptoms that they don’t realize gluten is a big problem.
Allergic Living magazine is closely following scientific investigations of whether it’s possible to identify a “safe level” of peanut in manufactured foods.
West Jet’s new food allergy policy makes flying safer for those with food allergies.
When relatives don’t “get” your allergies, it’s a recipe for quarrels and broken bonds.
For many, it can take years of itching and welts before finally being diagnosed with cold-induced hives.
Prolonged use of cellphones is leading to numerous nickel reactions of the face and jaw, an allergists’ conference is told. There are solutions.
An invitation to a birthday party is exciting news for any kid! But worries about food allergens can spoil the fun for those with allergies. Help food-allergic kids stay safe and have fun by following this expert tips.
From the Allergic Living Archives. A quick test: what’s the most widespread food allergy in North America today? If you answered ‘peanut’, that’s incorrect. But you could hardly be blamed given that legume’s notoriety. The right answer is seafood – from fish to crustaceans and mollusks. At a time when every “must-try” new restaurant is… Read more »