Learn how to write a food allergy management plan to help your organization assure the safety of children with food allergies.
Learn about alcohol-free cooking and how you can adapt your recipes to accommodate alcohol abstinence or alcohol allergy.
Reading food labels can save your life if you have a food allergy. Learn how from your About.com Guide to Food Allergies.
Decipher food labels for allergies by learning what manufacturer claims are worth reading and which to be skeptical about.
User-friendly instructions for common epinephrine autoinjectors EpiPen and Twinject.
Do you know how to treat a food allergy emergency? Find out how to treat anaphylaxis (anaphylactic shock). You may save a life!
A food log, or food diary, can be an effective tool for diagnosing food intolerances or allergies. Learn how to keep a food log here.
When a member of your family is diagnosed with an allergy, you don't have to throw away all your favorite cookbooks, or to ignore every recipe you come across that has a potential allergen. Here's a step-by-step guide to figuring out when substitutions can work, and which potential substitutes will give you the best results.
Here's what to stock, where to store it, and how to use and update a food allergy emergency kit.
Even foods made without allergens aren't safe if they've come into contact with allergy-triggering foods. Here's how to avoid cross-contamination at home and in restaurants.
How to prepare for airline travel with allergies, including severe peanut allergies.