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04/26/2012
...no protein added). Blend it all together and you have a tasty, high calorie, easy-to-transport drink. Dried fruits:Dried fruits are a high-calorie, nutritious snack that is easy to take along with you on the go. Dried fruits lose their water content so you get the same calories as fresh fruit in a much smaller volume. Just one dried apricot contains about 10 calories! Again, I want to stress that these are only suggestions of high-calorie...
Traveling with Neocate – Ready, Set, Go!
08/02/2017
...best to add extra for any unexpected delay you might encounter. For example, a Neocate family contacted us because their plane was delayed in a different country and ran out of the formula. Without a buffer of formula, they had to look for a local pharmacy to get a refill. Save yourself the stress and headaches by planning and packing extra. Example how to calculate how much Neocate you might need on your trip: First,...
12/17/2013
...Along with all of the stress of the holidays (decorating, sending cards, gifts, oh my!), it can be hard to juggle preparing food for a crowd, especially when food allergies are present. Here are some tips and tricks to help make a Christmas dinner that much easier on the host. Simplify to remove allergens Guests with food allergies don’t always need an entirely separate menu. If you are hosting, start by asking guests what...
06/03/2010
...substance (such as a food protein). Asthma is a chronic lung disease characterized by episodes of inflammation and narrowing of the airway in response to certain “triggers.” These triggers vary from patient to patient and may include infectious agents, exercise, stress, pollutants such as cigarette smoke, and common allergens such as cat dander, dust mites, and pollen. Is there a link? There are approximately 9 million kids in the US who have asthma[2]. Of this...
09/18/2008
...he has an understanding of food allergies from a unique perspective. No rolled eyes from him! Another excellent book is Understanding and Caring for Your Child’s Food Allergies by Dr. Scott Sicherer from the Jaffe Clinic at the Mount Sinai School of Medicine. Get your spouse onboard! The importance of this one cannot be overstated. Being Married with Special Needs Children can create an enormous amount of stress that can tip the proverbial apple cart...
Going to Preschool Or Daycare with Food Allergies
08/19/2009
...what to do in case of an emergency. Register this discussion in your child’s 504 plan. It’s helpful when you provide information in writing, but a lot of adults learn well through verbal communication. Verbal communication is your opportunity to stress the most critical points to your child’s teacher or caregivers. If they remember nothing else, they need to know what to do in an emergency. If your child will keep an epinephrine auto-injector at...
Teaching your child about social distancing
09/28/2020
Social distancing is a new concept for all of us – and as hard as it is for adults to adopt, getting children to understand and cooperate with our new normal is super challenging. Here are some tips to help your little ones put social distancing into practice. “Six feet apart” may not mean much to children and could be hard for them to understand why it’s important to follow. Here are some...
09/17/2013
...alert bracelet. Join groups dedicated to supporting and encouraging families coping with food allergies. Check Meetup.com Be aware of signs of stress, anxiety and depression. Food allergies in children affect their quality of life. To learn more about managing food allergies at home, you can visit Hudson Allergy at www.hudsonallergy.com and follow them on Twitter @HudsonAllergy. Today’s post is a guest blog from Dr. Kuriakose of Hudson Allergy Center in New York. Dr. Julie Kuriakose,...
   
 
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