Monthly Archives: July 2011

Bullying children with food allergies

In the recent CNN article, Food allergies make kids a target of bullies, statistics were given that about 35% of children over the age of 5 with food allergies have been bullied, teased or harassed. There has been a lot … Continue reading

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What does “Reasonable Accommodations” mean?

If you have a 504 Plan for your child’s food allergies at your child’s school, you have no doubt come across the term ‘reasonable accommodations.’ It’s part of the language of the American with Disabilities Act. Trying to come to … Continue reading

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Food Allergies in Culinary Arts School

Ari, how old are you and what are your allergies? I am a fair young maiden of twenty-one and a half. Just kidding, that’s super old. Anyways, I’m a legal adult, and I have allergies to peanuts, tree nuts, soy, … Continue reading

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Eczema: The Itch that Rashes

Living with food allergies and eczema has become quite normal for our family. Our son, Morgan, is now almost 15 years old and has lived with food allergies his entire life; however his eczema is our ongoing battle. From his … Continue reading

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