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Answers to Parents’ Three Most Asked Questions About Kids and Covid
As a pediatrician, I’ve spent the last 20 years helping parents navigate health decisions for their kids based on an analysis of risk and benefit.
Dr. Katharine Smart
The Perfect Fall Craft: Yarn-Wrapped Pumpkins
String together this simple DIY that will have fall fitting into your home's decor.
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Food Allergy Versus Food Intolerance
There's a big difference between food allergies and food intolerances, and the distinction is imperative. Here's how to tell the difference.
Your EpiPen: Don't Leave Home Without It
A teen died of an allergic reaction on a busy street in Ireland in front of her horrified mother after a meal at a Chinese restaurant.
Surface Allergen Removal: Quick Survey
A new formulation has been developed that is effective at removing trace amounts of nut allergens from surfaces. Now the team who developed it needs your help.
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Study: Eating Nuts During Pregnancy Reduces Allergy Risk
A recent study published in the JAMA Pediatrics claims that children whose mothers ate nuts while pregnant are less likely to have a nut allergy.
Misconceptions About Food Allergies
7 things you need to stop saying when it comes to other kids with allergies.
Allergy Mom Wants School Oak Trees Felled
This mom's going nuts about nuts—specifically some oak trees located at her children's school which she feels goes against the nut-free policy set in place.
Paint the Town Red this Halloween
Six steps to create a spectacularly scary (and safe) Halloween and a chance to win peanut-free treats for your whole street.
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This Mom Says School Failed To Keep Her Daughter Safe
The mother states that her daughter's school discriminated against her daughter and failed to protect her from life-threatening allergens.
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