Magazine bolsters editorial strength and tackles the tough social challenges facing those with food allergies and celiac disease.
You know her best as Nanny Jo on the former “Supernanny” TV show. But few have realized that while rescuing parents from toddlers gone wild, the world’s top nanny was having to do her own strict daily managing – of food, pet and environmental allergies. In the Summer 2012 issue of Allergic Living, Frost tells […]
Sept. 27, 2010 Allergic Living magazine proudly announces the complete rebuild of its website Allergicliving.com. The new site becomes a leading, one-stop, comprehensive resource for those living with food allergies, celiac disease, asthma and environmental allergies. “This is no mere cosmetic renovation,” Gwen Smith, Allergic Living’s editor and content director, says of Allergicliving.com. “We made […]
Allergic Living Special Collector’s Issue: For Those With Allergies, A Therapy Revolution Is Coming TORONTO, April 14, 2010 – In its 5th Anniversary issue, Allergic Living magazine looks 10 years ahead in a 20-page special section: “The Future of Allergies.” From the front lines of research into food allergy, celiac disease and environmental allergies, Allergic […]
Unique Strategy and Reader Relations Propel Allergic Living to 5th Anniversary TORONTO, April 14, 2010 – Print is dead, right? Wrong, print is different. It was by developing a unique model for magazine publishing that Allergic Living magazine has attained the almost unthinkable today: it is a thriving independent publication, celebrating its 5th anniversary. In a landscape […]
TORONTO – June 17, 2009: Allergic Living magazine reveals the startling relationship between our warming Earth and the global epidemic of allergies and asthma in its new cover story: Planet Allergy, on newsstands this week. It holds a magnifying glass to an alarming increase in wasp sting reactions, the spread of highly allergenic weeds, toxic mould […]
“Gross over-reaction” or fundamental health and safety issue? TORONTO – April 7, 2009 – How far should our schools go to protect the health and safety of our children? This is the great debate that Allergic Living magazine raises in its Spring ’09 cover story: “Backlash Boards the Bus.” When medical sociologist Dr. Nicholas Christakis heard that […]
Allergic Living Magazine Reveals Grave Risks to Allergic Air Travellers TORONTO – January 6, 2009: Startling new research reveals that most major airlines do not have clearly defined policies and procedures in place for allergic passengers, and they continue to serve some of the most highly allergenic foods, including nuts, sesame, fish and shellfish, according […]