Allergic Living’s compilation of college life hacks can help ease stress for students with allergies, asthma and celiac.
Celebrate an allergy-friendly Easter with sweet treats and non-food fun.
Kyle Dine and his puppet assistants have traveled the world to educate tens of thousands of students at more than 600 school assemblies. The popular food allergy educator and musician gets children singing and clapping along with his songs, and his felt-covered helpers to teach important lessons about the condition. School nurses and teachers benefit… Read more »
Want a fun way to teach your kids about asthma management? Need to access your medical records while traveling? Now, there are apps for that. Companies across North America have identified specific troubles in the asthma and allergy community and put simple solutions at your finger tips. Check out some of our favorite tech tools,… Read more »
A new study has discovered a genetic cause behind eosinophilic esophagitis
She gave you life, dried your tears and checked under the bed for monsters. Moms deserve a lot of credit and love for all they do. Mother’s Day falls on Sunday, May 11 this year, and we’ve put together some great allergy-friendly gift ideas that mom is sure to adore. For the Gardener: Cut… Read more »
Newer Releases See You Later, AllergyGator By Michelle Nel and Jennifer Terry (Illustration) Allergygator Publishing, $10 Al E. Gator gives rhyme to reason in this lyrical tale of allergy education. The resourceful reptile in on the job, helping young guests at a birthday party to understand trace allergens in food. In a poetic manner that’s… Read more »
New: Food Allergies: A Complete Guide for Eating When Your Life Depends on It By Scott H. Sicherer, MD Johns Hopkins Press, $22.95 Whether your family is new to the world of food allergies or you have lingering questions following a visit to your allergist’s office, Dr. Scott Sicherer’s newly revised book is a gold… Read more »