More kids are being diagnosed with food allergies. The most common are milk, eggs, peanuts, tree nuts, fish, shellfish, wheat, soy & sesame.
The holiday season is a festive time, but can present unique challenges for children with food allergies and their parents.
A CHOC physician explains recent studies on peanut allergies that show feeding peanuts to babies is more likely to protect them.
There are many things a family should consider before deciding to rid the house of one child’s food allergens.
Having a child with a food allergy can be challenging, but with care and menu planning, these kids can lead happy and healthy lives.
If you have a child with a food allergy, consider these tips to help your child and other family members cope.