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Shahla opens up about how she finds creative ways to share her culinary heritage with her daughter who has multiple food allergies.

Author Sloane Miller

Sloane, Matt, Javier and Dr. Gupta discuss intimacy with food allergies – how to kiss, date and do the deed safely.

Heather Martin Food Allergy Mom

Being vegan and managing multiple food allergies is possible. Heather tells us how she does this with her 4 kids and shares a family fave!

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Allergy Teen Resources

Dining hall at Colgate University

Food Allergy-Friendly Colleges: Navigating the Search Process

How do you look for an allergy-friendly college? Sophie shares what she learnt as she searches for the perfect college experience.

Food allergies and homeschooling

How having food allergies prepared me for online school

Sophie made the tough decision to do online school while the rest of her friends went back to classroom learning. She reflects on how her food allergies gave her the strength to adapt to her new situation.

Sophie enjoying the outdoors

A Food-Allergic Teen’s Experience of Living Through the COVID-19 Pandemic

What is it like being a food allergy teen throughout the COVID-19 pandemic? Sophie tells all!

#AllergiesIRL Panel Discussions


As part of our Empowered Patient Program, we are bringing you this FREE panel!

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Kissing, Sex & Dating with Food Allergies

Food Allergy Teen Mental Health

Should restaurants cater to people with food allergies?