Food Allergy Conference Equals Disneyland!

Wow.  I’ve been going non-stop since Friday at 10:30am until right now, when I am sitting down to finally write a blog post!  The only way I can explain the Food Allergy Bloggers Conference (FABLOGCON) is to say it was like being in a grown up Disneyland.  The photo above is Henry Ehrlich checking […]

Hot News: Anaphylaxis in America 1in 50 have it

Big eye-popping news was released yesterday from my beloved Asthma and Allergy Foundation of America (AAFA) (remember, I am biased since my local support group received our initial guidance from these folks) in their study, “Anaphylaxis in America: The Prevalence and Characteristics of Anaphylaxis in the United States”.  I say eye-popping since the word […]

Sticky Business: Peanut Butter Stays on Surfaces

It seems that not only is peanut butter nutritious but it is a hearty beast that likes to stick to surfaces and not let go!  A study, “Persistance of peanut allergen on a table surface”,  published earlier this year in Canada in the Journal of Asthma, Allergy and Clinical Immunology took a closer look […]

Share your Lung Cancer Story…

I am sharing this special request from my beloved American Lung Association!  The email below is from our Harold Wimmer, the American Lung Association National President, CEO and just an inspiring kind of guy.  I really like him, his vision and leadership, so I had no choice but to share this request with you […]