Hosting a holiday party for guests with food allergies? Get expert tips for making sure your gathering is a merry one and doesn’t end up with someone headed to the emergency room.
Having a child with a severe peanut allergy can be life-changing. An allergy doctor gives science-backed tips for protecting your children without making them feel restricted.
It’s critical to know what to do if you see signs of an allergic reaction. Most cases are mild, but some reactions are life-threatening, so you may need to act quickly.
A food or drug intolerance can be a nuisance, but an allergy may be life-threatening. Find out how to tell the difference and manage your reactions.
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