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As temperatures drop into the frigid range, the good news is that seasonal allergies subside. But for the allergic community, the winter cold and flu season simply means a different challenge: where sneezing left off in early fall, wheezing often steps in.
A settlement reached between Lesley University in Massachusetts and the Department of Justice is big news, with monumental implications. The agreement lays the foundation for establishing the rights of Americans with food allergy and celiac disease.
You may think you’ve got allergy and asthma triggers under control in your own home. But do you really? Allergic Living helps root out some crafty culprits that have your household wheezing and sneezing: 1. Faux Christmas Trees It’s that time of year for the Christmas tree in many living rooms. And along with the […]
Don’t be fooled by cool containers, fresh scents and disinfecting muscle. Here’s how to clean – without polluting your air. For many people with allergies and asthma, regular cleaning can help keep symptoms at bay; and there’s nothing quite like giving your home a thorough once-over. But depending on what products you use, that sheen […]
Disclaimer: Always call ahead, check the menu and speak to a chef and/or manager. Skip to Canadian section → We asked some of the biggest names in the nation’s allergy community about their top picks for lesser-known allergy-friendly restaurants. Here’s what they came up with: Davio’s Northern Italian Steakhouse Boston, Philadelphia and Atlanta www.davios.com “This […]
Allergic Living has scoured menus, spoken to chefs and rubbed elbows with restuarant owners in order to bring you our top picks for celiac- and allergy-aware restaurant chains across North America. Read on to learn how various established eateries handle food allergies and the gluten-free diet. ALLERGY- & GLUTEN-AWARE RESTAURANTS United States Maggiano’s Little Italy […]