Lately, some food allergy pet peeves have really been getting on my nerves. They are things that, as a person… Read more »
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Allergy-Friendly Camp: Kids Find Their Community, Then Pay It Forward
Growing up with multiple food allergies, my son, Alex Moreno says he often felt singled out and alone. Though my… Read more »
After Allergic Son Targeted in Peanut-Smearing, Mom Wants Action
“I’m having a bad day, can I come home?” That is the text Eric and Jessica Staponkus received after their… Read more »
Food Allergy Mentoring Proves a Powerful Support for Parents and Kids
When an allergist diagnosed Rebecca Sager’s baby daughter with allergies to dairy, egg, peanuts and tree nuts, the mother felt… Read more »
Do Friends Really ‘Get’ Your Food Allergies?
My role as food allergy advocate has been greatly inspired by the late Sabrina Shannon, a food allergy advocate herself,… Read more »
The Overnight School Trip: Like Boot Camp for Teens with Food Allergies
School trips are great experiences. They also allow teens the chance to begin developing the skill of managing food allergies… Read more »
Food Allergy Support Squad: The People Trained to Have Your Back
Living with life-threatening food allergies can be extremely complicated and stressful. As a teenager with severe food allergies to milk,… Read more »
Food Allergies, Ballet and NYC: How One Young Dancer is Managing It All
When you think of a ballerina, attributes like graceful, talented, athletic, strong, hard-working and world traveling spring to mind. Add… Read more »
Finding Pollen Allergy Relief: What Pill, Spray or Shot is Right?
From antihistamines, to sprays, rinses and shots. Finding relief from spring allergy symptoms.
Life After Alpha-Gal Diagnosis: John Grisham a ‘Pro’ at Diet
The prolific writer says he’s become an old pro at managing a meat-restricted diet.