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07/25/2017
...Planning is always the key to success and essential when your little one has food allergies. Let’s discuss some tips and resources to help you research summer camps for your little one to be sure both your child and the camp are properly equipped to successfully manage their food allergies. Questions that will need answers: What is the camp menu and options for allergy-friendly alternatives? Do they have a dedicated place for allergy-friendly food...
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....
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07/05/2016
...The sun is shining bright, days are longer, school is out of session, and I cannot wait to be outside enjoying the weather or sitting by the water. Yes, that is right. Summer is officially here!! Even when your schedule no longer changes with summer break from school, many of us look forward to this time of year. Summer is a wonderful time of year for me since I cannot get enough of the...
03/18/2010
...Summer camp is an invaluable childhood experience full of fun, learning and personal growth. However, for parents with children who have severe food allergies, sending your child away to camp can be very scary. How can you be sure there are safe food options? And what if there is an allergic reaction? Will the camp know what to do? These fears are legitimate but it doesn’t mean your child has to miss out on...
06/13/2008
...Not so fast. School might be out, but with camp, fairs, carnivals and trips to fun places…summer is not the time to let your guard down about food allergies. Of course, it is summer…you and your children should go to the pool, have picnics and play in the sun! You just need to do these activities as food-conscience as you do all the others throughout the year. Here are a few tips: Call ahead...
07/21/2016
...Are you going on vacation with your family this summer? Traveling with allergies can be daunting, but that doesn’t mean you need to avoid travel altogether. Take steps to minimize the chance of you or a loved one having an allergic reaction while on the road. Whether you’re traveling by car, plane, or train, transporting Neocate requires preparation. Follow our checklist to make sure that you are prepared for your journey. Don’t forget...
05/16/2013
...than babies born during summer and fall. Remember that an “increased risk” does not mean that high pollen exposure causes asthma and hay fever. Many babies born in winter and spring DO NOT develop those allergies. Also, many babies born in summer and fall DO develop them. However, these findings suggest that being exposed to high amounts of pollen during the specific window of 0-6 months of age may contribute, along with various other environmental...
06/30/2009
...Now that summer has officially begun and the 4th of July is quickly approaching, you’re probably beginning to worry about upcoming picnics, cookouts, and days at the beach. Can your child with a severe allergy safely join in on the fun? Of course! With some careful planning and the right attitude, you and your child can enjoy the summer. Here are some tips to keep in mind: Develop a list of your little one’s...
   
 
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