How you can tell if you’ve got an OAS or fruit allergy, and how to know which produce to avoid. Plus, who’s at risk of a serious reaction.
Allergic Living’s compilation of college life hacks can help ease stress for students with allergies, asthma and celiac.
Allergic student Hannah Lank on what she learned working as a barista.
Suggestions for introducing foods, other than peanut, that are associated with allergies to infants.
In J.D. vs. Colonial Williamsburg, an Appeals Court found a person with a medically required diet may have the right to bring food to a restaurant. A closer look at the legal implications.
A Q&A with FARE about the consensus the non-profit hopes to achieve at a fall summit on OIT.
What’s a food allergy parent to do when she sees allergens lurking around playground equipment?
Why airlines must get serious about in-flight auto-injectors.
Are you a tired and moody machine of food allergy management? Then stop – and get back your life.
Dermatitis herpetiformis is the intolerably itchy rash of celiac disease. Learn who is likely to get it, and how to bring it under control.