Parents

It may never be safe to begin feeding peanut butter to your baby or toddler if you have peanut

Recently, the U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) approved a New Drug Application for an

You don’t want your child to be afraid, but you want him or her to be safe. How do you teach

If children begin to eat many different foods at a young age, there is much more of a chance

You might have wondered if small amounts of an ingredient can be added to a food product without

A recent study in the Annals of Allergy, Asthma, and Immunology reports only 36 percent of young

You might have wondered how your family’s adjustment to living with a potentially life-

Just being around food can provoke anxiety in those living with food allergies, but this fear

When a child is diagnosed with peanut allergy, the implications ripple past the parents to

Nearly all infants are fussy at times. But how do you know when your baby's crying means

Welcome to the complex world of being a Peanut Allergy Parent. Get ready to proofread food

According to the Asthma and Allergy Foundation of America, one out of five people in the

Eliminating peanut butter is the best way to handle a rash caused by this food

If your

Do you have a child with life threatening food allergies? If you're beginning to navigate the

Rarely does a parent anticipate having a baby with allergies. Having initial suspicions or