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One would think that parents of kids with food allergies stay diligent in their quest to avoid the object of the... Read More
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If your child has a wheat allergy, gluten intolerance or celiac disease, you can still pack a lunch with gluten-free... Read More
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An elimination diet is an effective way to discover the source of food sensitivity. Are you wondering what could be... Read More
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Struggling with a peanut allergy or any other food allergy can be difficult even in the best of times. Support groups... Read More
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If you need to keep your kids gluten-free at school, be sure to notify their teacher, the school nurse and the... Read More
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Mr. Antico is the founder of AllergyEats, a food allergy advocate and a parent of three food-allergic children Dining... Read More
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Milk allergies are becoming more common, especially in babies and small children. There is some confusion about what is... Read More
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If you suspect that you or your child has a peanut allergy or other food allergy, keeping a food diary can be very... Read More
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The EpiPen has been the number one prescribed epinephrine auto-injector for 25 years. EpiPen is the brand name of an... Read More
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Legumes are a family of foods including peas, beans, lentils and, of course, peanuts. An allergy to one member of the... Read More

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