Anxiety and phobias are consuming too many food allergy patients. It’s time to get serious about psychological needs.
Mothers of teens with food allergy are most likely to notice depression, mental health issues.
EVERY school year, we are flooded by calls from parents who want to know when their allergic child should begin carrying his or her own epinephrine auto-injector. While the national consensus guidelines, Anaphylaxis in Schools & Other Settings, recommend 6 to 7 years of age, the fact is, this is not a hard and fast rule.… Read more »
From the Allergic Living archives; this popular article was first published in the magazine in 2007. If a serious allergic reaction has left you too frightened to eat even ‘safe’ foods, there is help and you are not alone. IT WASN’T until Sandra Schwartz was on a camping trip in Northern Ontario in August 2005… Read more »