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For too long, students with asthma and allergies have suffered with
symptoms in dusty, moldy, chemical-smelling classrooms. But now some
schools are wiping the slate clean – with a healthy approach to air.
Allergies to peanut are one of the most common and severe types of food allergies.
Curbing the frequency of fatty, sugary snacks in the classroom benefits all kids, not just those with food allergies.
Food allergy bullying is on the rise. With such high stakes, it’s an alarming trend that needs to be stopped.
From blogs to the press to esteemed medical journals, those who support anaphylaxis policies in schools are being branded as “hysterical” or “fearful” or even needing to “feel special”. Exceptional anxiety is portrayed as the rule. AL bites into: why critics love to hate food allergy.