Gina Clowes writes about the benefits of living with food allergies.
What happens when you can’t afford ‘safe’ food for an allergic child?
Chance of developing peanut allergy reduced 70 to 80 percent in high-risk babies. New guidelines expected.
“We’re trying to make it so that it’s a little more consistent in training,” says Senator Judy Emmons, who sponsored the bill.
Board members and staff recently received educational training from FARE, one of the positive outcomes following the controversy.
Lawsuit alleges allergy accommodation requests led to harassment and child abuse investigation.
Half of students and staff who reacted had no known allergies.
Experts call the comment evidence of a deep misunderstanding of food allergies in schools.