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For those who have wondered whether airport x-ray machines negatively affect epinephrine auto-

Delta Airlines rolled out a welcome peanut policy designed to protect people with allergies but

Most people know that to enjoy whatever food safety accommodations an airline offers they need

Of the 44,000 in-flight medical emergencies on commercial airlines each year, roughly 900 to 1,

Those hoping that epinephrine auto-injectors would be required by law on all U.S. flights will

Life with food allergies presents many challenges, one of the scariest being day or overnight

It’s summer and there’s a heatwave gripping most of the country.

For families who carry

Plenty of families are planning exciting trips to theme parks across the U.S. this summer,

Are you preparing for an upcoming flight on Air Canada? If you have a peanut allergy, be

Thanksgiving is one of the most enjoyable holidays for many people. But spending time with

Though traveling abroad creates increased risk for people with food allergies, there is

For those interested in establishing safer, more consistent food allergy airline policies, now

Traveling to Japan can be difficult if you have food allergies since many dishes there contain