Early Allergen Introduction Products for Babies | SpoonfulONE
Babies born today are more likely to develop food allergies due to new environmental and diet factors. SpoonfulOne was developed by a pediatrician and mom of 5 to help protect babies from developing a food allergy. Using SpoonfulOne prepares your baby’s immune system for all the foods most commonly associated with food allergies, not just peanuts.
Allergy-Friendly Halloween Candies (Almost) Every Kid Can Eat
Halloween doesn't have to be a bummer for kids with food allergies. Whether you're buying for your child's class party, trick-or-treaters, or your own little monsters, pick up a bag of one of these sweets. They're all gluten free Halloween candy choices -- and also free of peanuts, tree nuts, eggs, milk, and soy. #Halloween #HalloweenCandy
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@JacquelynArends is a designer and illustrator who created this digital painting called, "At What Cost?", which she says was inspired by the horror allergy families face at affording life-saving emergency medication for their loved ones, on top of the anxiety of having allergies in the first place as well as the nagging questions of whether their epinephrine will be enough, whether it will be nearby when needed, and whether the auto-injector will function properly. ⠀⠀
ALLERGY FREE for Trick or Treaters
Are you planning to pass out candy this year? Perhaps having a Halloween party or bash? Maybe you're looking for ideas for that special classroom treat? Making sure that all the kids can enjoy the treat you pass out and not have to worry about any sort of
The pen-shape of the EpiPen® device has resulted in incorrect use. Compared to the click-top of a pen, or the click-top of an insulin injector, the clicking end of an EpiPen is the needle end, not the back end. Remember "blue to the sky, orange to the thigh" and never put your thumb over any end of an EpiPen® device.