Bullying is damaging for anyone to endure, but when students are bullied because of their food allergies, the consequences can be life-threatening.
After leaving her backpack unattended, Charlotte Jude Schwartz became a victim of food allergy bullying. She tells how they caught the culprit.
A 16-year-old with food allergies tells her story of bullying.
Kids with food allergies are increasingly likely to be bullied, teased or harrassed. Why is this so common? And what you can do to make school a safe haven.
Thirty-five per cent of kids with food allergies over the age of five have experienced bullying, teasing or harassment related to their allergies, according to a new study.
Food allergy bullying is on the rise. With such high stakes, it’s an alarming trend that needs to be stopped.
Anxiety and phobias are consuming too many food allergy patients. It’s time to get serious about psychological needs.
Knows he has to speak out so “it doesn’t happen to anyone else.”
A peanut-allergic student was the target of a recent hazing incident.
A handy guide by teens, for teens.