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There are a lot of all-in-good-fun scares to go around on Halloween, but it’s not that simple for everyone.  What seems like harmless candy treats to many can pose a substantial health risk to kids with food allergies.  And for the parents of those kids, the true fear of anaphylactic...

It’s a well-known fact that when you’re pregnant, your body goes through a lot of changes. Increased respiratory rate, increased blood volume, heartburn, and frequent urination to name a few. But did you know that the hormonal changes in your body during pregnancy can also affect your...

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Valentine’s Day is a fun holiday for both grown-ups and kids to celebrate.  Many primary schools will have some sort of Valentine’s Day activities for the students to take part in, and it frequently includes delicious treats of chocolate or candy. But for kids with food allergies, these...

When most people think of allergy season, they typically think of Spring or Fall. However, the winter holiday season has its own unique share of allergy and asthma triggers that may surprise you. Some holiday related things are harmless, but others can steal your fun like a Grinch...

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If you have kids with food allergies, Halloween trick or treating can be especially scary.  These seven precautions will help keep everyone safe and able to enjoy the Halloween fun.  Look for teal pumpkins A teal pumpkin on a door or doorstep is a sign to let kids and parents know that...

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If you suffer from seasonal allergies, you’ve probably tried a variety different remedies to find relief. Some may have worked and some may not have worked so well. Here’s a quick quiz to see if you can tell which types of things can help you beat your allergies this Fall: Which one of...