With simple steps, your home can be safer and you can manage your or your child’s allergy with confidence.
It’s important your employer and co-workers know about your allergies and where you keep your auto-injector.
It’s natural to have concerns when your child starts at a new school. Becoming informed will help you keep your child safe.
It’s true – you can enjoy a lifetime of travel, even with food allergies! By planning ahead and taking precautions, you can be allergy aware and stay safe while travelling.
Dining out with food allergies can be a challenge, but it can be done safely. The best way to stay safe is by being informed and communicating your needs.
Halloween is a special time of year that requires the community’s support. Learn how to make Halloween a fun and safe holiday for your little goblin with food allergy.
Our tips for traditional holidays throughout the year, such as Valentine’s, Thanksgiving, Diwali, Hanukkah, Christmas, Kwanzaa, Easter, Passover, and Ramadan.
With some careful planning, parents can help their children enjoy a safe and happy camp experience.
When you live in a remote community that is not easily accessible to allergists or to central medical centres, there are additional considerations you need to think about.