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05/16/2013
...pollen and allergy was strongest when pollen exposure occurred during the first 3 months of life. This suggests – but doesn’t prove – that babies who experience their first pollen season prior to 6 months of age may be at greater risk of developing asthma and hay fever than babies who don’t. Pollen levels are usually highest in spring. Babies born during winter and spring are exposed to more pollen during their first 6 months...
12/10/2014
With the change in weather, maybe you’re looking for some good recipes for cool weather, like me. Here are some great recipes that are food allergy-friendly and ideal for colder weather. As always, make sure these recipes are a fit based on your food allergens. After being outside Is there anything better than coming back into a warm house after building a snowman, skiing, sledding, ice-skating or just being out in the cold?...
08/02/2012
...gluten-free oats if your child is sensitive to gluten), and place the sock over the faucet so the water runs through the oatmeal, creating a couldy oat bath to relax in. For an even easier bath, purchase colloidal oatmeal powder to add to bath water. Oatmeal baths are also wonderful for dry winter skin. Chamomile Tea Bath: Chamomile flowers have anti-inflammatory properties that can help relieve skin irritation. To make the bath, brew a strong...
12/31/2011
...This winter try out our allergy-friendly French toast and pancakes. French Toast 2 Pieces of spelt bread 1/4 cup of soy milk Dash of cinnamon Combine milk and cinnamon. Dip and coat the bread lightly in the soy milk mixture. Place on preheated skillet on low-med heat. You will have to cook it longer to ensure the soy milk dries and the toast isn’t mushy. Per 2 pieces Calories: 250 Protein: 10g Carbohydrates: 44g...
12/20/2012
...important for allergists to be aware that stinkbugs may be causing symptoms instead of other, more recognized allergens. Allergists could soon be asking their patients whether stinkbugs are present in the home if the allergy symptoms appear in the fall and winter in an area of the country where stinkbugs are common. Do you or any members of your family have insect allergies and live in a state where stinkbugs have been spotted? – Rob...
...food with food dyes! The use of heat in the winter time dries out his skin, as does swimming in chlorinated water in the summertime. So, there isn’t a season where he gets a break. If we forget to use the Eucerin® paste, his eczema will crack and fissures will form. He has been put on antibiotics, which ended up curing the fissures. However, we try to not allow the eczema to get this out...
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...
   
 
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