November is American Diabetes Month, and according to the American Diabetes Association, 1.25 million people have been diagnosed with diabetes and 400,000 more will be diagnosed this year.
Having allergies doesn’t mean having to skip Halloween fun. Allergist Dr. Hemant Sharma shares some tips for managing food allergies at Halloween.
For families managing diabetes around Halloween, try focusing on the traditions of the holiday rather than the candy.
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.