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This article provides several self-care techniques for a food allergy reaction, and also describes how to tell if you need to head to the ER.
This excellent summary article describes symptoms, causes and treatments, and also includes links for self-care and finding support.
The Mayo Clinic provides a great overview of food allergy, including information on symptoms, risks and treatments.
Useful tips on dealing with food allergy includes information on how to respond to the most common symptoms of a reaction.
Anaphylaxis is the most serious type of reaction due to a food allergy. Read this article to learn how to properly deal with this scary reaction.
Food Allergy Buzz
The FDA lists only eight allergens that need to be listed on food labels. But are there others on the rise that should be included?
This cute video features kids talking about their experiences with being allergic to different foods. A must-see for children with food allergies.
Did you know that you might be able to prevent exercise-induced food allergies by not eating at least two hours before activity? Find out more here.
American Academy of Family Physicians
If you think that your child will outgrow her peanut allergy, you need to think again. Here are some common myths about food allergy that are worth reading,
Geared towards children with food allergies, this article explains some of the basics of allergy in kid-friendly language.
This video shows how one woman eats out and travels safely with multiple food allergies. She has used her knowledge to now help others in the same situation.
The Food Allergy Project
This video provides a thorough discussion of the prevalence of food allergies in children. It also addresses the common concerns related to this issue.
Food Allergy & Anaphylaxis Network
Did you know that canned tuna can contains milk? These frequent food allergy sources link to lists of items where they are often hidden.
The FDA provides information on food allergy and the labeling requirements in place to help prevent accidental reactions.
La Leche League
If there's food allergy in your family, this information about potential breastfeeding complications is important to know.
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