Happy New Year! Before we jump into 2011 on Food Allergy Living, we wanted to recap our top ten blog posts of 2010. We tackled topics from food allergy recipes to tube feeding and everything in between and had some excellent guest bloggers share their stories. Based on reader traffic, here were our most popular posts:
In this post, Christine talks about how to tell if your child has a typical rash or if it is a sign of an allergic reaction to cow’s milk.
Mallory tackled the topic of GERD, or gastroesophageal reflux disease, and two other conditions commonly associated with it: dysphagia and silent aspiration.
If you or your child uses an EpiPen, this blog is a must-read in case you ever have an accidental injection.
Children with food allergies don’t have to miss out on summer camp fun with these allergy-friendly options.
If your child is underweight or has been diagnosed with failure to thrive, the supplement Duocal can help provide extra calories in their diet.
Thickeners can help treat reflux, but children with food allergies often react to the rice cereals or oatmeals that are commonly recommended. Christine offers some other options that are allergy-friendly.
Kendra Tiedemann shared her son Norman’s journey with eosinophilic esophagitis.
If you’ve ever wondered if your baby can taste her food, then be sure to read this post from Mallory.
In this post, Nita helped to clear up some common confusions about what a failure to thrive diagnosis means and how it is treated.
Lorelei Alvarez, one of the founders of the Reflux Rebels group, shared her son Roland’s journey with FPIES in this guest blog.
Which blog posts were your favorite over the last year? Are there any topics you’d like to see us cover in 2011?
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