School outings are rewarding, but allergy hazards can lurk in unfamiliar terrain. Allergic Living explores the right way to sidestep perils beyond the classroom comfort zone.
Let’s talk, teacher to teacher, about keeping students safely included.
Many schools don’t have a full-time nurse, yet teachers aren’t permitted to use auto-injectors.
It’s crucial to notify your college of pet allergies and asthma when you enroll.
From apps to travel mates and where to eat: allergic student shares his tips for studying in Europe.
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Study finds families having to educate all – from professors to librarians, coaches and servers.
It’s time to warm up to the idea of experiencing life with food allergies.
Mother-of-three Christina Casado had never heard of an epinephrine auto-injector, until the device was used to save her son’s life.