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12/14/2010
...87 families, pediatric allergy specialist, Dr. Mary Bollinger and colleagues at the University of Maryland found that half had made significant changes to their social activities to accommodate their child’s food allergy.1 This may seem obvious to some, but its an important part of food allergy treatment that often gets overlooked. Adjusting to a Food Allergy Life In his book, Understanding and Managing Your Child’s Food Allergies, Scott Sicherer has helpful advice for dealing with...
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10/03/2010
...Halloween is just around the corner and while your little ones are getting excited for the costumes, trick-or-treating and parties, you may be worrying about how to keep them safe during a time that can be dangerous for children with food allergies. Luckily with some advance planning you can ensure that your child enjoys these activities without the risk of an allergic reaction. Serve allergy friendly treats. You can make your own safe treats...
...a reaction today,” says Chanda. “Neocate takes that worry away.” Summary: In the two years that Jake has been on Neocate Junior, he has gained over 20 pounds. Now he is a happy 9 year old boy, who is able to enjoy activities with other kids his age — including playing tackle football, with his G-tube! “It’s been a long and emotional process,” says Chanda. “If it weren’t for his Neocate, he wouldn’t be here.”...
09/15/2011
...up treats.This way there will always be safe food for your child to enjoy whenever the school has an event with food. Encourage extra-curricular activities. Don’t avoid birthday parties, play-dates, or sports because of food allergies. These activities are important for your child’s social development and can help them grow into a happy and well rounded individual. Just by doing some extra leg work, nothing should hold you or your child back. –Christine Graham-Garo...
06/13/2008
...Not so fast. School might be out, but with camp, fairs, carnivals and trips to fun places…summer is not the time to let your guard down about food allergies. Of course, it is summer…you and your children should go to the pool, have picnics and play in the sun! You just need to do these activities as food-conscience as you do all the others throughout the year. Here are a few tips: Call ahead...
07/25/2017
...there a healthcare professional on-site? If so, what are the healthcare professional’s credentials, responsibilities or capabilities? If not, who is available to assist your child with any medical issues or medications? What is the procedure for emergencies? Where is the nearest hospital or medical center? What activities are offered that might elevate the allergen exposure for your child? Resources to help you with your research: List of Food Allergy-Friendly Camps from Food Allergy Research &...
   
 
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