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Considering an Air Purifier? Here’s Everything You Need to Know

From school to home—and everywhere in between!—parents are paying a lot of attention to air quality these days. And while there’s a whole big world out there, you can add a helpful device to breathe cleaner in your living space:…

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How to Host a Food Allergy Friendly Celebration without Anxiety

“Game-changing ways to navigate the food allergy world easily and safely.”

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Recall Alert: Wilton Brand Recalls Sprinkle Products

Check your pantry for these sprinkles.

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A Dietitian’s Shopping Hacks for Food Allergy Families

“Being armed with some innovative tools and plans, buying safe food can be a piece of cake—even if that cake is nut, dairy, and egg-free!”

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The 29 Worst Valentine’s Day Gifts, Ever

These gifts are so bad they’re just too good not to share.

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Can You Be Allergic to Valentine’s Day? You Totally Could Be

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It’s tough to plan a flawless date for that special valentine when allergies and asthma can get in the way. Allergies are the 6th leading cause of chronic illness in the U.S. with an annual cost in…

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Recall Alert on Cakes & Cookies Sold at Whole Foods

People who have an allergy or severe sensitivity to milk run the risk of serious or life-threatening allergic reaction if they consume these products.

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Yes To Pulls Vitamin C Unicorn Face Masks Following Skin Irritation Concerns

The glow-boosting face masks have some unexpected side effects.

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Whole Foods Recalls Cookies Due to Contamination Concerns

Whole Foods Market is voluntarily recalling two types 365 cookies.

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5 Ways New Moms Can Prioritize Their Health

If and when you start doubting your health is a priority, remember that a happy and healthy mother results in a happy and healthy baby.

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Incredible Labor & Birth Stories Every Mom Understands

When it comes to giving birth, one thing all moms can agree on is that it’s a life-altering experience like none other.

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This Is Why You Should Wash New Clothes Before Wearing Them

Yes/ an extra load of laundry could be totally worth it.

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First-Aid Remedies to Save Your Summer

Save the day with these DIY remedies perfect for minor boo-boos.

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Ask the Allergist: What Is a Food Allergy?

What is a food allergy exactly and how are they diagnosed?

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Where to Start When Starting Solids

Introducing your little one to their first foods can be an exciting, yet nerve-racking adventure.

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Parenting Hacks for Every Month of the Year

To help you rock in the parenting department, we’ve compiled our top tricks to get you through the next 365 days.

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This Experimental Treatment Could Be a Literal Lifesaver for Kids with Peanut Allergies

This new treatment offers real hope for families dealing with food allergies.

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Family Vacations Gone Hilariously Wrong

In spite of all the careful planning, vacations can and probably will go wrong at some point in one’s parenting life. So why not laugh about it (later)?

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Recall Alert: Trader Joe’s Issues Recall of This Popular Treat

Parents, you’ll want to check your pantries.

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This Common Symptom in Kids Could Actually Be the Flu

As this year’s deadly flu season ramps up, parents should be on the lookout for this uncommon flu symptom in kids.

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4 Holiday Food Tummy Troubles Parents Should Watch Out For

The holiday season is all about friends and family and eating lots and lots of FOOD. As parents, we cringe at all the carbohydrates and alcohol we consume and vow to get back into shape for the new year. Although we…

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A New Treatment Could Cure Kids With Peanut Allergies

According to a new study, immune-based therapy could allow children with peanut allergies to eat them without any allergic reaction.

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EpiPen Recall Expands To US And Includes EpiPen Jr

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Caring for a child with life-threatening allergies can be stressful enough, but now American parents can add one more worry to their list: a major recall of EpiPens and EpiPen Jr. has just been expanded…

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20 Kid Questions About the Kardashians

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This weekend instead of playing Legos or baking cookies I asked my 7-year-old daughter and nearly 5-year-old son to watch an episode of Keeping Up With The Kardashians on mute. It was my way of connecting…

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RECALL: Nationwide Voluntary Recall of Oreo Cookies

Mondelez Global announced a nationwide voluntary recall of certain Oreo Fudge Cremes products. The Original and Mint Oreo Fudge Cremes varieties are being recalled because milk allergens were not declared in the ingredient lists.
The company said people who have…

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EpiPen’s 400 Percent Price Hike Has Parents Worried

For parents with kids who have severe allergies, the EpiPen is literally a life-saver. An EpiPen is a portable device that delivers epinephrine and can stop anaphylactic shock due to a life-threatening allergic reaction.
Unfortunately, the pharmaceutical company Mylan has…

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Thanks Internet, But I’ll Take it From Here

I remember the shocking moment I first realized that I was a bad parent. It was actually the same day that I found out I was pregnant. Don’t get me wrong, I knew I wasn’t going to be a perfect…

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7 Household Tips to Help Your Child’s Allergies

If you are the parent of a child who has environmental allergies – that is, if he or she is allergic to things like dust, pollen or animal dander — you know just how miserable an allergic reaction, with its…

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Are Food Dyes Really Bad for Kids?

There are so many things to think about when you’re a parent in regards to what you feed your kids.  Avoiding high-fat, high-salt processed foods and encouraging them to eat their fruits and veggies and drink plenty of water can…

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