Children’s height and weight patterns may be the key to early diagnosis of celiac disease.
Photo by Caroline Moassessi One magical day of the year invites us to enter the world of fantasy and become superheros, fairies, fire fighters or scary villains. Most people think of the evening of October 31 as a treat unto itself: parents ooh-ing and ah-ing over darling costumes, children of all ages delighting in candy… Read more »
From grocery games to toy food parties and tending the garden, nurture your child’s gluten-free awareness. The gluten-free diet is confusing for anyone of any age. So it’s tempting to spare your child the details. Instead, you choose her food. You talk to her teachers. You grill the server. While the precautions are both necessary… Read more »
A unique allergy to red meat, related to tick bites, has been found in a significant
A new study has confirmed that asthma symptoms can have a highly detrimental effect
Children born outside the United States have lower rates of allergic disease, but their risk for developing
It appears many parents are intentionally exposing their food-allergic children to their triggers, against medical advice.
Researchers have found an association between exposure to BPA and an elevated risk for asthma in young children.
One-third of kids bullied because of allergies, but almost half of their parents were in the dark about it.