Shayna Coburn, PhD, shares nine ways parents can help children with celiac disease adopt a gluten-free lifestyle and thrive.
Food allergies are a growing public health problem and affect up to 8 percent of U.S. children. Take this quiz to learn how to help tamp down your child’s anxieties about food allergies.
There are many ways you can partner with your child’s school nurse to ensure that your child is healthy and ready to learn.
Being knowledgeable and doing research plays a big role in helping educate friends and family about food allergies.
Wheat is tough to avoid in a school cafeteria and if parents aren’t able to pack a gluten-free lunch, what’s a kid to do?