Arriving at college for freshman year, no matter how well prepared, can lead to some unexpected surprises.
Kyle Dine and his puppet assistants have traveled the world to educate tens of thousands of students at more than 600 school assemblies. The popular food allergy educator and musician gets children singing and clapping along with his songs, and his felt-covered helpers to teach important lessons about the condition. School nurses and teachers benefit… Read more »
Under entity laws, “stock epi” is moving to public venues – including theme parks, restaurants, sports arenas and daycares
No one knows when an emergency will hit and being prepared will help reduce the risk of additional problems – especially for those with asthma, food allergy or celiac disease. Whether wild fire, hurricanes or floods are driving you out of your home, there are few basics that can save time and stress in any… Read more »
Allergic Living’s investigation into safe spice products and what you can do to ensure safe buying.
Tackle asthma triggers before you head to or host events to ensure that you have a healthy and happy holiday season.
Grandma and the nut tray; a friend’s potluck; your boss and the gluteny restaurant. Holidays can be an allergy minefield. Not to worry, we’ve got 12 ways to say ‘No’.
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 »
Students with allergies and/or asthma often face an additional, invisible challenge: exclusion.