• Allergic Reactions Described Allergic Reactions Described

      Kids vs Health Care Professionals Kids, especially young children, might not easily describe the feelings they are having during an allergic reaction. Health care professionals may have explained to parents the symptoms to look for: hives, vomiting, chest pain, difficulty swallowing, etc. Kids on the other hand my describe things very differently. See the […]

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  • Food Free Valentines

    ¬† Less Food, More Fun Need some ideas for food-free valentines? Valentine’s day often brings on tons of candy and baked goods. This can be an issue with dealing with food allergies or other dietary restrictions. Many classroom parties for kids are suggesting non-food treats which are a healthier and often less messy option. Avoiding […]

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  • candy free valentines Candy Free Valentines Ideas

    Less Candy, More Fun Need some Ideas for candy free,¬†healthy¬†Valentines? Whether you are avoiding using food in Valentines due to food allergies, celiac or other dietary restrictions or you just want to be a bit healthier we found some clever ideas. Here are some cute and creative ideas. Many of the links have free printables […]

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