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Study: Food Allergy in Childhood Triples the Odds for Asthma as...

Study is based on 1,456 participants followed from ages 1-26.
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That's It. Smart Apple Series

That’s it. Launches Video Series Created to Increase Nutrition Education in...

Smart Apple Academy is a video series featuring five different lessons on childhood nutrition and wellness.
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Study: Allergen Labeling Poorly Understood by Allergic and Non-Allergic Consumers

Participants confused by the meaning of precautionary allergen labeling.
Cason Hallwood

Cason Hallwood Inquest Reveals Grandfather Forgot About Grandson’s Nut Allergy

Glaze used for Christmas ham likely triggered Cason's anaphylaxis, taking his life.
Zee Zees!

Zee Zees Makes Allergy-Friendly Snacking Fun! (Sponsored)

We’re about two things here at Zee Zees - three if you count having fun – but mainly making good foods and making them in good ways.
Pumpkin with Easter Bunny

Study: Anaphylaxis Spikes During Halloween and Easter

Most cases of tree nut induced anaphylaxis occurred in children that were previously undiagnosed.

Backstop’s Doctors Make Halloween Less Scary for Food Allergy Families (Sponsored)

Backstop brought together two members of our expert allergy care team to answer the most frequently asked questions about how to handle Halloween.
Annika Larson

Texas Woman Saved by Her Auto-Injector After Eating Gelato in Rome

Another example of why it is imperative to have your epinephrine with you and use it when you first suspect anaphylaxis.
2021 Halloween Editions of the Safe Snack Guide!

2021 Halloween Safe Snack Guide in Peanut/Tree Nut, Sesame, Milk and...

Includes a section devoted to Halloween-themed candies and chocolates just in time for trick-or-treating and allergy-friendly celebrations at home and school.

Notebooks, check. Backpack, check. Peanut allergy treatment, check. (Sponsored)

What if you could give your child a treatment option, in addition to practicing a strict peanut-free diet?
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Why Allergic Individuals Must Always Carry TWO Doses of Emergency Epinephrine

Knowing can save your life in an anaphylactic emergency.
Teal Pumpkin Project

The Worldwide Teal Pumpkin Project is Back to Help Children With...

As the First Ever Title Sponsor, Allergy Insider is Extending the Project Even Further to Guide More Trick-or-Treaters to a Safe Holiday.
Pharma: US vs the World

For 20 Top-Selling Drugs, Big Pharma Made Far More From US...

Medicare Drug Negotiation Would Help End Disparities For Immediate Release:Sept. 30, 2021 WASHINGTON, D.C. – U.S. sales of the 20 top-selling drugs totaled $101.1 billion in 2020,...
Marcelle Williams

Woman Survives Anaphylaxis on Bus After Wheat Exposure from Cinnamon Swirl...

Mishandling of pastries almost cost Ms Williams her life.
Namaste Foods

Happy Top 11 Allergen-Free Fall Y’All! Plus Save 30%! (Sponsored)

Namaste Foods was born out of a passion for helping people and for making great food.
Fergus McIntosh

Newborn Narrowly Survived Anaphylaxis After Lick from Uncle’s Dog

A story of tragedy averted setting a family on a mission to educate others about the dangers of food allergies.
WOWBUTTER!

Free Sample of WOWBUTTER, the Complete Plant Protein Source (Sponsored)

No Nuts — No Compromise — Safe for School!
COVID-19 Vaccine Vials

Study: PEG Linked to Rare Allergic Reactions to mRNA COVID-19 Vaccines

An ingredient used in many products including lotions and shampoos, may be the cause of rare allergic reactions to the mRNA COVID-19 vaccines.
DiGiorno Product Recall

DiGiorno Pizza Recall Illustrates Problem with Shared Facilities for Allergic Community

In this case, Nestle has chosen not to warn consumers that soy is processed in the same facility.

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