A handy guide by teens, for teens.
A college student with food allergies was presented with a new set of challenges to navigate and overcome as she moved in with her first-ever roommate.
Year one of living on my own with food allergies = complete!
Mary Fran Wiley relates the first time a smooch alarm went off for her. From the incident she learned that a romantic evening can still be about the couple, not just food restrictions.
Anthony Ruelas’s actions may have saved a girl’s life. Could they lead to stock albuterol laws?
Living away from home at college, and managing food allergies – and real life – on her own.
We reveal that there is plenty parents and peers can do to help allergic teens safely navigate the path to adulthood.
After leaving her backpack unattended, Charlotte Jude Schwartz became a victim of food allergy bullying. She tells how they caught the culprit.
A 16-year-old with food allergies tells her story of bullying.
Teenagers with allergies learn to ask questions before they kiss – and avoid a romance-spoiling reaction.