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01/18/2011
...it.” Many parents who eventually learn that their child has a food allergy, which can only be treated by changing the diet, wish their journey to a solution had been shorter and simpler. Here are some tips for what you can do if you feel your doctor isn’t recognizing your little one’s rash as a possible sign of a food allergy. Take Careful Notes A rash is often the first sign of a food allergy...
05/28/2015
...serve in school nutrition. I know what it’s like to worry about sending your child with a food allergy to school. My goal is to empower school nutrition professionals with the knowledge and skills necessary to effectively manage food allergies in school kitchens and cafeterias.” Grennan serves on the Food Allergy Management & Education (FAME)national advisory board, where she is honored to share her unique perspective on the management of food allergies in school nutrition....
01/23/2014
...some resources and templates you can use to develop a thorough plan for little one. Action Plan Templates: Food Allergy Research and Education (FARE) offers a template for an Emergency Care plan that is available in both English and Spanish. The American Academy of Allergy, Asthma and Immunology (AAAAI) also has a Emergency Action Plan template available. The Asthma and Allergy Foundation of America (AAFA) offers a similar asthma and allergy action card. Other Resources:...
03/25/2010
...eosinophilic gastroenteritis, eosinophilic colitis, hypereosinophilic syndrome, and other eosinophilic disorders. It is a great resource and provides accurate, up-to-date information on eosinophilic disorders and related problems. Not only does the organization increase awareness and educate patients and physicians, APFED also works to increase funding for research. Food Allergy Research & Education (FARE) FARE was established in 1991 to share information vital to raising a child with food allergies. Throughout the year the group holds events...
07/01/2010
...In a very recent study looking at the prevalence, diagnosis, and management of food allergies, it found that “t he evidence for the prevalence and management of food allergy is greatly limited by a lack of uniformity for criteria for making a diagnosis.”1 Interestingly, the study also stated that there is not a universally accepted definition of food allergy!1 There are several food allergy tests out there to make a diagnosis of a...
03/17/2011
...In food allergy circles, we usually think of symptoms and side effects as results of food allergies, not the other way around. In many cases that’s true. One exceptional pair is food allergies and atopic dermatitis. Science has shown links between these two, especially for moderate-to-severe atopic dermatitis, and especially in infants and young toddlers. (Atopic dermatitis is a form of eczema.) This article explores the science of which comes first for patients with...
11/29/2007
...No one knows the true “cause of colic.” But many times the baby actually has a milk allergy and that is what is causing her misery. Too often this is overlooked. But when you look at the symptoms you can understand why – many really look like just typical bumps on the road of baby-hood. You can take our milk allergy symptom checker or read about the eight most common symptoms of cow milk allergy....
07/25/2017
...Education (FARE) List of Summer camp options for Food Allergic, Gluten-Free and Vegan Kids from Go Dairy Free Information from FARE regarding Managing Food Allergies at Camp Video & Resources for Summer Camp with Food Allergies from Kids with Food Allergies Another good resource is the following recording of a webinar featuring Dr. Pistiner and Ms. Polmear-Swendris answering questions about how to choose a camp, what questions to ask of summer camp staff, how to...
     
 
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