Speechless! Awesome!!!! My family is so grateful to you – God bless your generous heart! THANK YOU Sean Parker. Amazing!!! Many blessings to you and your family!!! I love this man!! (Sample comments from Allergic Living’s Facebook page.) On December 17, 2014, the food allergy community used up its quota of exclamation marks to thank… Read more »
Parker and Dr. Kari Nadeau are aiming for a therapy that takes only one or two treatments, retrains the immune system – and lasts.
MD says it’s time for on-board allergy precautions.
Study finds exposure on the skin can sensitize infants to peanut – before they’ve even had a taste of it.
Allergic Living interviewed the candid Jennifer Esposito after her book launched in the summer of 2014.
Natalie Giorgi Posted July 2014 – A year ago this month, Natalie Giorgi tragically died of an anaphylactic reaction to peanut. Her family and friends have been devastated – and her death caused an outpouring of sympathy in the food allergy community across North America. Everyone with a child at risk of anaphylaxis could relate… Read more »
June 2014 – By now, we likely all know someone who has taken up the gluten-free diet just to “feel better” or “lose weight”, or for various unspecified reasons. This is baffling to those with celiac disease or food allergies or gluten sensitivity. When you live with food restrictions or else – you really don’t relate to food fads. I… Read more »
Asthma and yoga may seem like a match made in heaven: one is a disease that causes inflammation and constricts airflow; the other is a physical discipline that employs deep, serene breathing. But does this mean regular yoga will help to reduce asthma symptoms?
Allergic Living Editor Gwen Smith interviews Kristin Chenoweth, the actress, TV star and broadway singer about her new advocating role with the Asthma and Allergy Foundation of America’s “Know Your Count” campaign to promote asthma awareness.
American Idol lets singer speak of pranking a peanut-allergic fellow contestant – as a “joke”.