On the “Super-Cool Food Allergy News” front, FARE has said they will not accept donations from Mylan until this Epi-Pen price-gouging shenanigans is resolved. That makes me feel a lot better about asking for your donations for the upcoming Food Allergy walk in Pittsburgh. It’s a little less messy.
“I thought you and readers of your blog might be interested in this story about an upcoming peanut-free baseball game…”
I haven’t blogged about food allergies in a while. I haven’t blogged in a while. Life has been busy, and that’s a good thing.
It’s Food Allergy Awareness Week again, and guess what? Food allergies and the food-allergic are still here… and we’re still allergic. We’re still informing you about cross-contamination and safety.
The force is strong with these food allergy parents.
So, I’ve blogged about Allergy Eats many times before. You know I think it’s an awesome resource, but can only be useful if users rate restaurants. Now, it’s easier than ever to do… with new iPhone and Android apps!
I haven’t blogged much about food allergies lately, so I’ll let this be a substitute post… with tips compiled from the experts. This is a great list, & I agree with everything stated, though I have my own personal way of going about things…
Paul from AllergyEats has posted his summary & survey results to the still mysterious government body. I enjoyed reading the results, so I thought I’d share & (of course) give comment:
Just saw a cool tweet this morning, linking to an article from Food Allergy Buzz called Shellfish Allergies at the Beach. It excites me because 95% of the time I see a food allergy related article, it involved peanuts or wheat/gluten, and the other 4% of the time it’s tree nuts or lactose intolerance.
It’s been a great weekend, thanks to Batman Movie Night on Saturday, & the Food Allergy Walk today. I hope to eventually blog about both… but I’m kind of up for just some relaxation tonight. I just wanted to say…