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05/16/2013
...Since many of your little ones have food allergies and related allergic conditions, we like to keep you updated on relevant research results. Spring pollen is nothing to sneeze at One recent study 1 found a link between persistent pollen exposure during infancy and the development of allergic disease, specifically asthma and hay fever. The increased risk was found for babies exposed to pollen during the first 6 months of life. The association between...
04/19/2011
...If you or a family member has seasonal allergies, which are triggered by environmental allergens like pollen, you probably know that spring can be a rough time of year, especially if you live in an area with a high pollen count. Here at Neocate, we hear from some parents that their children’s food allergy symptoms seem worse at this time of year. Let’s take some time to review the similarities and differences between...
04/22/2015
...The sun is out, the weather is warming up and it’s time to open your windows to the sun and beautiful spring. But if you or a family member suffers from seasonal allergens, then some serious spring cleaning is on the horizon for you. Whether you like this process or not, it’s necessary for allergy sufferers. While it is impossible to make your home completely allergen-free, below are 10 tips to clear most of...
03/18/2008
...celebrating Easter. The Basket There are many ways to create a great Easter basket for you kids without the chocolate! Books and stuffed animals are always a great option. Who wants a chocolate bunny when they can have a stuffed one! Along with Easter comes the beginning of spring- so bubbles, sidewalk chalk and any other outside toy would be a great addition. Your child will be able to play with their Easter baskets long...
04/26/2011
...Spring is finally here! It is exciting to see all the fresh flowers coming out and bringing new color all around. A great activity to do on these Spring days is to go on a picnic with your family. Even if you don’t live near a park, you can still enjoy eating out in the sun even if its in your back yard! As you may know, living with food allergies can create challenges...
04/10/2014
...Holidays and special events tend to include food and spring celebrations are no exception. Whether your family celebrates Easter or Passover, you might be looking for help to ensure that your little one stays safe and enjoys the day. We’ve compiled some tips and food-allergy recipe ideas for today’s post. One fun way to celebrate the holidays is by hosting a tea party! While this might not sound like the traditional celebration, it’s...
04/02/2015
Easter egg hunts put the fun into Easter Sunday and are a great way to engage kids in physical activity. We LOVE egg hunts! Here are great tips to plan your own allergy-friendly Easter egg hunt this weekend: A win-win-win trade in: Have the kids participating in the egg hunt exchange plastic eggs for prizes of their choice. Prizes can be anything! This way you don’t have to worry about food allergies, stuffing...
03/18/2010
...summer 2011 launch are: Joliet, Ill., Oak Brook, Ill., Minneapolis, Minn.., Houston, Texas, San Francisco, Calif., Raleigh, N.C., Philadelphia, Pa., Fairfax, Va., Silver Spring, Md., Long Island, N.Y., and North New Jersey/New York City. Not everyone can attend a special food allergy camp so another option is to work with local camps to accommodate your child’s food allergies. The Food Allergy and Anaphylaxis Network has created “Guidelines for Managing Food Allergies at Camp” to help...
     
 
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