Allergic Living Magazine

Posted on: Fri, 03/11/2005 - 4:29am
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Hi folks!

I posted a week or so ago, picking your brain about how to best run the message boards at the Allergic Living Magazine site. I just wanted to formally let everyone know that the site is now live and fully functional, including the subscription pages. Check it out:

Quote:Allergic Living, the new magazine and website for people dealing with serious food and environmental allergies. Our name is no accident: we believe very much in "living" life

Posted on: Wed, 09/12/2007 - 9:51am
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Yes I get it, but have never paid for it. I think the first subscription was through Medical Alert, and then the following year, Kingpharma. I liked it cause it was free, and our allergist is the one who answers questions in it. Also it is Canadian based and I am in Canada. It covers all kinds of allergies and asthma too. It's only quaterly, I wish it was published more and then would receive more recognition. However, I think most of the magazine is available online. They would probably send you one magazine free.
[url="http://www.allergicliving.ca"]www.allergicliving.ca[/url]
The website also has a forum that discuss all kinds of allergies.
Chrissy

Posted on: Wed, 09/12/2007 - 9:55am
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I subscribe..I really like it. I found that the US magazine( don't remember the name focuses too much on just gluten free) this magazine has good articles, and even covered the Duke research study in one issue this year. I drool over the Canadian ads for Pnutfree products...but other than that it's very good for US people too!

Posted on: Wed, 09/12/2007 - 10:27am
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Great, thanks!

Posted on: Wed, 09/12/2007 - 12:09pm
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Being an adult with allergies, and having lived with them for about 15 years now, I really didn't think I'd get much out of the magazine. But, honestly, every issue has had something of interest to me. Sometimes it's something that helps me, sometimes it's more like confirmation of what I already knew/believed, and sometimes it's an article like the one on fear of food -- that just made me realize I'm not insane and I'm not alone.
I'm impressed with the magazine.

Posted on: Thu, 09/13/2007 - 4:33am
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I subscribe as well. But I just noticed that the Fall issue (Back to School) is now out. I'm still waiting for the delivery, but I'm not sure how long it's been available.
Are other subscribers (in the States) still waiting too?
I remember it took a long time for me to get my first magazine after I sent in my subscription, and they made me wait for the next issue. They would not send me the current one.
I was a tad annoyed by that, but otherwise have found it to be a good informative magazine.

Posted on: Thu, 09/13/2007 - 4:52am
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I really love the magazine. Great medical articles and Q & A every month. There is always something on advocacy and they are very in touch with the social and emotional issues.
And Yes, I'm still waiting for my fall issue as well.
Take care,
Gina
[url="http://www.AllergyMoms.com"]www.AllergyMoms.com[/url]

Posted on: Thu, 09/13/2007 - 5:22am
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Thanks for posting all - you talked me into it I'm off to order.
Nichele
DS 5 PA, TNA
DD 1 ????

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