The demand for epinephrine auto-injectors is climbing swiftly, right alongside the growth in food allergies, which are now estimated to affect 32 million Americans. Yet with back-to-school season here – a heavy refill period – frustrations have grown as the supply shortage of Mylan NV’s EpiPen, EpiPen Jr and generic equivalents hit the 15-month mark.… Read more »
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.
Not even multiple allergies could stop this family of avid sports fans from going out to cheer on their baseball and football teams.
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.