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Bullying and Food Allergies. What You Can Do?
01/04/2018
...allergen. Faced with this, the allergy-challenged child experiences increased stress and anxiety. This may lead to their not eating during school, avoiding school or even succumbing to peer pressure and forgoing the off-limits food, in spite of possible harmful side effects. Bullying can be both emotionally and physically damaging. Since all these effects can result from just a single instance of bullying, prevention is essential. The take home messages here are: Strongly encourage your children...
06/10/2014
...out, and summer break is here! Time to relax, and enjoy the season. Many parents of school aged children worry about learning loss during summer vacation. If you are the parent of a seriously food allergic child than you may also be worried about your child’s learning loss in regards to school safety with food allergies. My seven year old daughter with multiple severe food allergies just finished first grade at our local elementary school....
01/31/2017
...you are not an NFL/Football fanatic like me (I do mean fanatic!), the Saints are a professional football team in the NFL. Drew Brees has been in the NFL as a quarterback for 16 seasons, and he has experienced a very high level of professional football success. Drew’s success has come on many levels including: a successful high school record 2 times as a Heisman finalist and collegiate bowl game appearance winner of the ultimate...
07/29/2014
...as 69 cents a pound and the chicken breasts as low as $1.69 a pound. Another grocery store discounts its meat with up to $3.00 off each package on the day before the sell-by date. I take advantage of these deals and buy as much meat as my budget allows. I store the meat in freezer bags, as that takes up less space. It’s important to always label and date the meat. Prep the meat...
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...
02/11/2017
...Preparing for Valentine’s Day with Food Allergies If your child is still in school, start out by reminding your child’s teacher(s) of food allergies ahead of time. If valentines are going to be exchanged or a party is planned, the teacher can help share information with other parents to ensure that everyone remains safe from potential allergens. Feel free to offer to send a “safe” treat in with your child if they won’t be able...
05/12/2016
...the Neocate top resources in your pocket with you at all times! The Neocate Footsteps program offers an array of resources to support, answer and inspire at each milestone of your food allergy journey. Learn more about Neocate Footsteps program. With a full line of amino-acid based products to help children thrive from infancy through school age and beyond, only Neocate offers a range of solutions designed to support you and your families at every...
10/06/2011
...We’re always keeping our eyes peeled and our ears tuned for news and research on eosinophilic esophagitis (also known as EoE). This matters to us because many children with EoE use Neocate as part of their elimination diet to help manage EoE. The Study Dr. Charles DeBrosse and Dr. James Franciosi are part of a team at the Cincinnati Children’s Hospital Medical Center (CCHMC). The CCHMC has a Center for Eosinophilic Disorders. The team...
   
 
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