Whether you’re new to the food allergy world or a veteran, there is never a time you can let your guard down.
Help & Advice
Exclude the Treats, Not the Allergic Child at School
School parties aren’t much fun if you can’t take part! Next time, let everyone join in the fun by having teachers serve safe snacks or go food free.
The Summer Job, with Food Allergies
So your allergic teen wants a job this summer. Here’s how to stay safe while making some money. It all… Read more »
Food Allergy: 5 Steps to Get From Horrified to Hopeful
Gina Clowes’ son has multiple, life-threatening food allergies. Learn how she created a new normal for her and her family and restored balance in their lives after receiving her son’s daunting diagnosis.
Anaphylaxis Aftermath: Helping a Child Overcome Fears
Follow these guidelines to help ease the aftermath of anaphylaxis for you and your child.
Flying with Allergies: Tips and Advice
When a child has food allergies, traveling by air can be nerve-racking, yet flying is often the only way for… Read more »
Lesley U. Decision: A Victory for Allergy, Celiac Access
A landmark lawsuit and settlement mark a significant step in recognizing food allergies as a disability.
Allergy Moms: Resolve to Stress Less and Schedule in Real Life
Resolve to start the new year on a new path, with less worry, less stress and more fun for you and your food-allergic child.
Staying Allergy-Safe Over the Holidays
A food-filled family gathering need not be a minefield for those with allergies. Here are 6 key steps to safe… Read more »
Help the School to ‘Get’ Food Allergies
Sometimes we hear of community resistance to food allergy accommodations. For instance, a decade ago, parents at one Florida school… Read more »