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An Attitude of Gratitude

Lianne Mandelbaum | Posted 05.11.2016 | Parents
Lianne Mandelbaum

When we all think about what we are grateful in life, we think of things that we know that affect us directly on a personal and daily basis, like our lives, our situations, our parents, our friends, etc. But for the food allergic child, the list is completely different.

Life-Saving Medication Still Unavailable to Allergic Children

Dr. Belinda Mantle | Posted 02.19.2014 | Healthy Living
Dr. Belinda Mantle

Allergic children are entirely reliant upon their caregivers to ensure they are safe. It is only hoped that simple measures, such as training teachers to administer epinephrine and making unassigned epinephrine mandatory at schools, are implemented before another unnecessary loss of life.

What Bees and a Boat Taught Me about Pain (and Footwear)

Susan McCorkindale | Posted 11.17.2012 | Women
Susan McCorkindale

I learned the hard way that platform wedges and all manner of open-toed sexiness look sexier if the toes peeping out aren't blue and bleeding, especially the showcase toe. The VIP of the peep-toed pump toe. The toe that, as it turns out, bleeds like a head wound when hit by a hatch door.

How To Educate Others About Food Allergy Safety (VIDEO)

OneSpot Allergy | Posted 11.17.2011 | Healthy Living

OneSpot Allergy founder Elizabeth Goldenberg highlights food allergy training tools you can use to educate others about food allergy and anaphylaxis. ...

Surviving Travel With Food Allergies

Elizabeth Gordon | Posted 11.17.2011 | Healthy Living
Elizabeth Gordon

I'm all for traveling. Or at least I was before I was diagnosed with food allergies. I have devised a plan to help you travel safely and reaction-free no matter where your adventures take you.