Amanda Bee’s 9-year-old daughter learns alongside her peers without fear of accidentally touching spilled milk or being distracted by a… Read more »
New guidelines call for schools and child-care centers to have staff training on anaphylaxis, allergy action plans, and epinephrine available… Read more »
In June, Beth Garver’s daughter Amelia, affectionately known as “Lia,” completed first grade. The New Bern, North Carolina school hosted… Read more »
Eight key areas – including food in the classroom – for food allergy parents to consider during COVID-19.
The emergency protocols stay the same, but the specific accommodations a food-allergic student will need at school evolve as they… Read more »
Amarria was the wakeup call: epinephrine has to be there to save lives.
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.