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Multi-Color Halloween: Pumpkins with a Message

Multi-Color Halloween: Pumpkins with a Message

Some pumpkin color choices are just for fun. Some, however, have a meaning. For example, teal pumpkins mean food allergies, and blue pumpkins signify autism. To be friendly and compassionate, read on to see what is safe to hand out.  

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Start Your Day Off on the Right Allergy-Friendly Foot

Start Your Day Off on the Right Allergy-Friendly Foot

Maybe you’re not quite ready to shine when you rise, but that doesn’t mean you shouldn’t start your day off on the right foot with a good, healthy, allergy-friendly meal. It can feel like an impossible task when you’re avoiding eggs, wheat, milk, and other foods. But your options aren’t limited, they’re just different.

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7 Steps to an Allergy-Friendly Halloween

7 Steps to an Allergy-Friendly Halloween

If food allergies are new to your family, perhaps that delicate balance seems out of reach. You worry that Halloween will be more fraught with tricks than treats. Sound familiar? Don’t worry. Grab yourself a pumpkin-spiced something to sip on and read these tips.

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Growing Allergic Adults: Teaching Allergy Management to Your Child

Growing Allergic Adults: Teaching Allergy Management to Your Child

Our job as parents is to prepare our children to survive and thrive in this world on their own. We’re raising tomorrow’s adults, after all. As you’re focusing on adulting tasks like personal finance, laundry, and cooking, don’t overlook teaching your child to manage her own allergies.

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