Category Archive: Reflections

Jan 25

Pamper Yourself: An Allergy Mom Tip

Pamper Yourself: Allergy Mom Tip Sometimes food allergy related stress builds up and the best response is to pamper yourself! Allow me to be your allergy mom BFF and tell you why you should pamper yourself (or your spouse, parent, etc.). Disclosure: This post may contain affiliate links and if you decide to shop, it won’t …

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Dec 31

15 Favorite Allergy Friendly Food Reviews & Recap of 2015

15 Favorite Allergy Friendly Food Reviews & Recap of 2015 Readers often need suggestions for an allergy friendly food and ask “what brand of xyz do you use for making…”? I take your questions very seriously when I share reviews. When I am not working on recipes, I spend a lot of time talking with …

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Nov 24

A Fabulous Time at 2015 FABlogCon

As I packed to go to the 2015 Food Allergy Bloggers Conference (FABlogCon), I felt wearied from being busy and from waves of bad news in the food allergy community. I needed to go to Denver to be inspired by leaders, to be with friends who understand, and to feel empowered by new allergy friendly products, foods, and resources. …

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Nov 03

I Wish Food Allergy Related Discrimination Would Stop

I Wish Food Allergy Related Discrimination Would Stop Discrimination? Excluded because of a life threatening food allergy. Retaliation for advocating. Refusal to administer life-saving epinephrine. Update: According to Allergic Living magazine, “in a June 10 “letter of finding,” the Justice Department says Mason Wicks-Lim, 11, faced discrimination on the basis of disability, as defined by the …

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Aug 31

One Family’s Perspective of Participating in a Peanut Patch Trial

One Family’s Perspective of Participating in a Peanut Patch Trial By Sharon Wong, M.Ed. Food Allergy & Anaphylaxis Michigan Conference August 29, 2015 I am very pleased to share with you about our family’s experience regarding the OLFUS-VIPES peanut patch trial and an update about what has been publicly shared via DBV Technologies in the …

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Mar 11

Light a Candle for Joseph

Light a Candle for Joseph Anaphylaxis is not fair. The reality of anaphylaxis is such a huge burden with every bite (or other allergic triggers). I already thought we had hit our food allergy breaking point months ago, when I had shared about three food allergy related deaths that took place in one month and …

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Dec 17

24 Million Reasons to Hope for a Food Allergy Cure

24 Million Reasons to Hope for a Food Allergy Cure Breaking news: Silicon Valley entrepreneur and philanthropist Sean Parker (of Napster and Facebook fame) is donating $24 million dollars to food allergy research at Stanford Allergy Center (SAC, formerly Stanford Alliance for Food Allergy Research a.k.a. SAFAR) which will now be known as the Sean N. Parker …

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