NEW YORK (Reuters Health) - Inner-city children with poorly controlled asthma or skin allergies may be more likely to have food allergies, a new study hints.Researchers found that among 228 inner-city...
Recipe Swap and Tips for Cooking and Baking Delicious Allergen-Free Foods - from some of my favourite American Food Allergy bloggers. Totally inspiring to see that it is possible to make delicious food that's allergen free
“For anyone who cares for children who are diagnosed to be at risk of anaphylaxis, training is essential.” “Children spend up to a third of their waking life in childcare, pre-school and school which means much of the care rests on childcare...
I wondered about any positive aspects her allergy has brought into our home. Not only did I think of one, I found five. For any parents living with food allergies — and even those who aren't — it's amazing what you discover when you have no choice but to do so.
Parents who suspect their children may have allergies need to get it confirmed - that's the message Rotorua mother Monique Scholle wants to get out this Allergy Awareness Week.There is ongoing support in Rotorua for families who are dealing with...
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