Food Allergy Myths and Facts
Dr. David Stukus explains five myths and facts about food allergies. He discusses blood and skin tests, egg allergy and vaccinations, shellfish allergies and iodine, and the role of Read more
Reducing Risk of Peanut Allergy – A Review of New Guidelines
New guidelines released in 2017 may help prevent the development of peanut allergy. The guidelines recommend early introduction of peanut-containing foods to infants as early as 4 and 6 Read more
Current Topics in Food Allergy Law
A review of current legal cases and issues related to food allergies including accommodations at restaurants, private member clubs, preschools and more. Guest speakers: The Allergy Law Read more
Creating Pantry Solutions Without Milk, Eggs, Nuts, Wheat and Soy
Kids With Food Allergies hosted food allergy cookbook author Colette Martin for a free webinar. Colette showed us how to create replacements free of dairy, eggs, soy, wheat, gluten, and Read more
Oral Food Challenges for Food Allergy
Guest speaker Dr. Irene Mikhail explains Oral Food Challenges. Oral food challenges are used to diagnose food allergy or to check if a food allergy has been outgrown. This educational Read more
Coping with Food Allergy Anxiety
Kids With Food Allergies (KFA) hosted a webinar on August 11, 2015 on Coping With Food Allergy Anxiety: Back to School and More. Source:Coping with Food Allergy Read more
Prepare for School with Food Allergies and Asthma
Kids With Food Allergies (KFA), a division of the Asthma and Allergy Foundation of America hosted a free educational webinar on July 1, 2014 featuring guest speakers David Stukus, MD and Read more
Preventing Food Allergies: Recommendations for Pregnancy and Infancy
Which infants are at-risk for developing food allergies? Should pregnant women avoid certain foods? Should solid food for infants be introduced early or delayed? Which formulas are Read more
Parties, Play Dates, Babysitters: How to Transition Care for Children with Food Allergies
Kids With Food Allergies hosted a free webinar with guest speakers Dr. Michael Pistiner and Dr. Sarah Boudreau-Romano on the topic of how to train caregivers to hand off care for kids with Read more
Summer Camp with Food Allergies
Kids With Food Allergies (KFA), a division of the Asthma and Allergy Foundation of America, hosted a free educational webinar on March 10, 2015. Source:Summer Camp with Food Read more
Food Allergy Testing
Dr. David Stukus explains the different food allergy tests and what they mean. He reviews blood allergy tests, skin allergy tests, controversial tests, false positives and much more. This was a free webinar hosted by Kids With Food Allergies to bring expert information to families to help them manage food allergies. Source:Food Allergy Read more
Food Allergy Baking without Milk, Eggs, Soy, Wheat, Gluten and Nuts
Free webinar presented by Kids With Food Allergies Foundation with guest speaker Colette Martin, author of the cookbook, Learning to Bake Allergen-Free. Topics include replacements for milk, eggs, soy, wheat and gluten and recommendations on how to get the best results for baking. Source:Food Allergy Baking without Milk, Eggs, Soy, Wheat, Gluten and Read more
Flying with Food Allergies : Medical and Legal Concerns
Free webinar featuring guest speakers Laurel Francoeur, JD, and Matthew Greenhawt, MD, MSc. The presentation covers legal restrictions, disability issues, TSA regulations, peanut dust and inhalation studies, and how to prevent allergic reactions on airplanes. Source:Flying with Food Allergies : Medical and Legal Read more
Your Questions About Section 504 Plans for Food Allergy
Attorney Laurel Francoeur answers questions from parents about Section 504 Plans for school accommodations of food allergy disability. Presented by Kids With Food Allergies, a division of Read more
Food allergies vs. intolerance: what a dietitian says to know
Nutritionists say there are a growing number of tests claiming to help figure out if you have a food allergy but they warn some could do more harm than good. Source: Food allergies vs. Read more
About 11 Percent of U.S. Adults Have Food Allergy
Nearly 11 percent of U.S. adults are estimated to be food-allergic, but 19 percent believe they have a food allergy, according to a study published online Jan. 4 in JAMA Network Open. Read more
Millions of Americans Are Wrong About Having a Food Allergy, Study Suggests
Millions of Americans might be mistaken about their self-professed food allergy, suggests a new survey. It found that while nearly 20 percent of people said they had a food allergy, only Read more
Private food tests promise to reveal your food sensitivities. But is it just a pseudoscience?
The tests claim to be able to identify food sensitivities associated with headaches, lethargy, brain fog, depression and an huge array of other symptoms Source: Private food tests promise Read more
EpiPens Don’t Always Work
With food allergies more prevalent, being able to recognize the signs and symptoms of anaphylaxis can save your life or someone else’s. In addition, as the weather gets warmer and the Read more