Milk Allergy At School-Allergic Living Dives Straight In!

I’m trying to not be biased, but this is utterly impossible with Allergic Living’s Spring 2014 issue.  MILK in the School, is by far, one of the most well written articles that sums up the school milk allergy challenge while at the same time  offering solid, vetted and clear advise.  I’m biased since I’m […]

Science Monday–the Food Allergy Way

I have enjoyed reading Food Allergy Sleuth for quite some time.  I’m hardly a scientist and just about failed out of biology class in high school when it came to dissecting frogs (oh it got worse in college), nevertheless, I have always enjoyed science and understand how things work.  That is one reason I […]

Friday Food for Thought: 2 Awareness Challenges

After reading Dr. Paul Ehrlich’s post, “Epinephrine Access Slogs State by State, While Overdose Treatment is Fast Tracked”.  I couldn’t help but think about what are our country’s priorities and how are they determined?  Dr. Ehrlich details the FDA’s rush to approve a rescue medicine device, similar to an epinephrine auto-injector,  that drug users could […]

List of Peanut Free Easter Candy

We’re coming down the wire to Easter and here are some last minute candy ideas that you might be able to find in your local grocery store.  This year, for the first time EVER–I bought my kid’s commercial Easter baskets.  I have always created their baskets and some years they did not include candy.  […]