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"Ice Cream" Treats

The weather has turned…less rainy, and the sun is out more often, so my thoughts are turning to cool treats for Spring and Summer.  Dessert of any kind, for me, has… 486 more words

Dairy Allergy

Celebrating Well For Kids With Allergies

Birthday season is coming up in my children’s social circle. For me, this means thinking more about egg and dairy, as my eldest child is allergic to egg and cow’s milk protein. 444 more words

Delectable Dietetics

Dairy free chocolate haystacks

I love to bake. I always imagined I would bake with my kids in the same way my mom baked with me. However when we confirmed in September, 2015 that our son was alergic to dairy and raw eggs and sensitive to nuts my baking took a back seat to learning how to feed my child. 160 more words

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Feeling angst

Although Oliver has had a few minor reactions over the fall and winter, thankfully we have not had to inject him with the Epi Pen since last summer. 270 more words

Food Allergies

When to use an Epipen.

If your doctor gave you a prescription for an Epipen do not hesitate to use it. Symptoms of an allergic reaction can quickly escalate and become severe in minutes. 355 more words

Epipen Carriers

Food Allergy Awareness Video

This collaboration video Food Allergy Voices by FARE (Food Allergy Research Education) and CBS is eye opening for those who are not affected by food allergies on a daily basis. 13 more words

Anaphylaxis

Study Examines Impact of Oral Food Challenges on Food Allergy Prognosis

If you’re managing food allergies, you know that there are immediate consequences to accidentally eating your allergen. But you may have wondered: are there are any long term consequences to ingesting a known allergen? 316 more words

Food Allergy