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10/24/2017
...reaction. Talk with your child and help them understand the dangers of taking just a small taste of the food he/she might be allergic to. If prescribed, always have Epinephrine on hand in case of a severe reaction to one of the food allergens. Advocate for a safe Halloween with food allergies The biggest movement to date to help raise awareness for food allergies and drive inclusion for all is Food Allergy Research & Education’s...
07/19/2017
...bring a few staples in case the restaurant does not have everything you need. For some parents, delivering safe food in a thermos or a safe sandwich is an excellent alternative. It’s easy to bring a little dairy-free margarine and some vinegar and oil for salads, too! (Dressings often contain dairy, soy, wheat, nuts, and seeds). Lastly, make sure you have your epinephrine pen with you before leaving the house. Do you have any additional...
...impacts my everyday life since it restricts what foods I can eat. It has forced me to plan ahead by being prepared for every scenario. If I want to go to a restaurant with my friends, I have to make sure that there is something on the menu safe for me to eat, or bring my own food. I also have to bring my epinephrine auto-injector everywhere I go. I am very excited that this...
11/29/2012
...offered free samples of their products. All products had ingredient statements on them so parents and kids, too, could read the labels! A concert by the world’s only food allergy musician, Kyle Dine. An advocacy table where parents and kids could learn more about school food allergy bills and sign posters to support state bill 5067, School Access to Emergency Epinephrine, a bill in the Pennsylvania House of Representatives designed to keep all children with...
05/30/2016
...can even pack up a basket and head out to the back yard! Pack in advance We recommend packing for your picnic ahead of time so you don’t forget any key ingredients. Make sure to pack: Tablecloths if your location has a picnic table Blankets if you plan on hanging out on the grass Napkins Anti-bacterial spray or wet wipes (Keep those hands clean!) Plates Utensils Cups Sunscreen Bug Spray Emergency medication & epinephrine auto-injector...
02/16/2016
...to pack: Epinephrine auto-injector (if prescribed by your healthcare professional) Allergy card – A list of little one’s known allergies and emergency contact numbers Diapers Creams for the bottom Wipes Extra bottle for mixing formula Burp cloths/Bibs Pacifiers Teether toys Hand sanitizer Basic first aid items Neocate – Remember to pack enough for your entire trip. If you need additional travel tips, check out our traveling with Neocate blog post. Safe snacks (if your little...
08/03/2010
...Prepare a three-ring binder with all of your child’s food allergy and medical information. Having this information all in one place will make it easy to find in an emergency.You should consider including: a list of food allergens and ingredients to avoid a list of contacts in case of an emergency instructions for your child’s epinephrine auto-injector medication schedules allergy-friendly recipes, etc. Girls pretending to cook Consider inviting parents, too . For very young children...
12/16/2014
...dairy allergy can be challenging. If you are diligent, you still can live a healthy life that is full of tasty treats and meals. My most important tip of all, is to ALWAYS carry your epinephrine (call 911 after administering), asthma medication, and antihistamine. Also, read every label, every time to stay safe while managing your dairy allergy. Lastly, focus on the foods you CAN have to have a positive outlook on living a dairy-free...
   
 
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