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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....
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...
01/21/2010
...Our post today is a guest blog entry from Lynda Mitchell, founder and president of Kids With Food Allergies, a national non-profit food allergy support group. We’d like to thank her for guest blogging for us. In her book, AfterShock, social psychologist Jessie Gruman, PhD, the president of the Center for Advancing Health, writes about what to do when the doctor gives you – or someone you love – a devastating diagnosis. Although...
11/03/2016
...Allergy-friendly soup recipes are a great option. Allergy-friendly soup recipes are here for the entire family to enjoy. Tomato soup and grilled cheese is the old favorite for a soup and sandwich combination. While some family members can have the traditional soup and grilled cheese sandwich, your child with allergies can also join in with their own sandwich on allergen free bread and non-dairy cheese. Remember to check the label of the non-dairy cheese...
04/15/2015
...allergy apps: Make sure to check-out new Neocate Footsteps app launched April 2016. This app is for anyone with food allergies or those who care for children with food allergies. Neocate® Footsteps is the only app that specifically helps track usage of amino acid-based formulas and other food intake, allergic symptoms, moods, sleep times, diapers and more. It also provides helpful resources authored and edited by medical professionals on a weekly basis to help you...
09/18/2008
...If you’re reading this article, chances are your child has recently had a frightening allergic reaction. Or, after months of colic, acid reflux, eczema, hives or wheezing, your child was finally diagnosed with multiple food allergies. With either of these events, you may not realize it, but you’ve been hit by the allergy avalanche. If you are at all like I was when I when the avalanche got me, you’re wondering how in...
04/24/2015
...A box of bandages just won’t do for a food allergy crisis. Even diligent efforts at allergen avoidance can be thwarted. You never know when a severe food allergy reaction can occur and require emergency response actions. Serious reactions are often unexpected, sudden and require immediate attention. Time is of the essence when there is a risk of an anaphylactic reaction, an extreme, often life-threatening allergic reaction. So like Scouts, its best to “be...
08/28/2017
...to get the flavor right We wanted to share some allergy-friendly meal ideas, starting with breakfast. (We’ve also got some great lunch and dinner ideas.) While it can be difficult to come up with meal ideas for standard diets or choosy children, a diet that has allergy restrictions is even tougher! Here are some breakfast ideas that might help you add variety. As always, check with your little one’s health care team to...
   
 
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