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Learning that your child has a food allergy, especially a life-threatening one, can be a scary and stressful time for parents. The primary goal should be to establish a “normalized” and non-panicked, but safe environment for your child. These tips can be a great starting point after a new diagnosis. Make sure your home is […]

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  With food allergies seemingly on the rise, and the most publicized life-threatening reactions linked to nut allergies, most moms would do anything possible to prevent food allergies in children. A new study published in the journal JAMA Pediatrics suggests that women who regularly eat nuts during their pregnancies were less likely to have children […]

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  These days there seems to be an app for everything, from entertainment to organization. For those with life threatening peanut allergies, an app, and some pricey technology, could potentially turn your iPhone into a futuristic biosensor that will detect toxins, proteins, bacteria, viruses and molecules that could trigger allergies. A research team at the […]

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The Center for Disease Control and Prevention in Atlanta just released its May 2013 allergy report that shows an alarming new trend. Between 1997 and 1999, 3.4 percent of children in the United States had food allergies. Ten years later, between 2009 and 2011, that number increased fifty percent to 5.1 percent of all American […]

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In the century of mass production, our food supply and consumption has evolved faster than our bodies can adapt. Even the foods we believe to be natural and healthy, (produce section vs. prepackaged foods section) all of these foods are products engineered for mass consumption and no doubt cause our bodies to react. With all […]

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