It may take a little work, but by planning ahead, taking necessary precautions and packing safe snacks and medications you’ll be ready to fly with your food-allergic child.
Parenting expert and supernanny Jo Frost on why her allergies require discipline.
A large study suggests there are strategies that might reduce the odds of having a peanut- or nut-allergic reaction aboard an airplane.
A new allergy site is collecting videotaped stories of nut or peanut reactions during flights, which will be shared at an airlines conference.
WestJet, Canada’s 2nd largest airline, reveals extensive accommodations for the nut, peanut allergic.
West Jet’s new food allergy policy makes flying safer for those with food allergies.
No one should have to go through what my two kids and I have just gone through. We’re the people you may have heard about in the news. On February 15, we got tossed off a Mexicana Airlines flight simply because I’d asked that the attendants not serve peanuts. I’m at risk of anaphylaxis to… Read more »
A study reveals worrying statistics about anaphylaxis and epinephrine use during flights.