For more information on food allergy, FARE, go to: www.foodallergy.org ;
Book: Food Allergy for Dummies by Dr. Robert A. Wood.
For food allergy support network, go to: www.novafoodallergy.org
For information about food allergy safety in school, go to: www.kidswithfoodallergies.org/docs/handoutCARE.pdf
For support and more information on asthma from Allergy and Asthma Network, Mothers of Asthmatics, go to : www.aanmma.org or firstname.lastname@example.org or call 800-878-4403 ext 1511. calls and emails are answered by a nurse and certified asthma educator.
Current pollen count: www.pollen.com
EE (eosinophilic esophagitis) support group: www.washingtoneos.org
Allergy Friendly Foods: www.Vermontnutfree.com.
Allergy Tips from patients & parents: Gimbals is a nut free, dairy free and egg free candy company producing jelly beans and gummy candy. They can be found at Walmart stores or on line at www.gimbalscandy.com. Sprangler’s brand candies such as DUM DUM lollipops are safe for peanut and treenut allergic patients.
Always have Epipen and Benadryl at school along with the required action plans and forms necessary. News: Virginia school girl dies from peanut allergy reaction: http://abcnews.go.com/Health/AllergiesFood/year-virginia-girl-dies-allergic-reaction-school/story?id=15295949
An expired Epipen is better than no Epipen. News: College student dies from peanut allergy: http://abcnews.go.com/Health/Allergies/college-freshman-peanut-allergy-dies-eating-cookie/story?id=18723777
Sweet Alexis: a Dairy Free, Egg Free, nut free bakery – http://www.sweetalexis.com/
Lucy’s: Allergy friendly snacks – http://www.drlucys.com/
Don’t Go Nuts: Nut-free foods – http://www.dontgonuts.com/
Divvies: No nuts, no eggs, no dairy foods – http://www.divvies.com