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Gluten-Free School Lunches and More

By June 16, 2008

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  • Whether your child has wheat allergies or celiac disease, if he's school-age or getting there you may be interested in the American Celiac Disease Alliance's survey gauging interest in gluten-free school lunches. My colleague Nancy Lapid has all the details at her celiac disease website. The survey is open until July 2.
  • The latest edition of the Living with Food Allergies blog carnival is up at Leslea Harmon's terrific Allergy News Blog. Get your biweekly fix of recipes and commentary! I'll be hosting the next edition on June 26th, so if you have food allergy writing to share, you can submit it here.
  • Finally, when you're an adult with a chronic health condition, how can you cope when you're suddenly responsible for a loved one -- whether an aging parent or a severely ill child -- who needs your care? Jenni Prokopy's When a ChronicBabe Becomes a Caregiver is must-reading for anyone with severe food allergies or celiac disease who finds herself suddenly in this position, and parents newly dealing with a child's food allergy diagnosis will find a lot here to help them cope too.
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