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?
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Springtime can be anguish for children, who watch the weather change, and feel the daylight hours extend, only to be held back due to allergies.
Food allergies affect about 4 to 6 percent of all kids under the age of 18 in the United States. Chances are, if your child does not have a food allergy, you know someone who does.