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Valentine’s Day Without Sugar

As the Valentine holiday approaches, our children frolic down aisles at the store to choose the perfect treats to gift one another. After thirty-two years of consuming every sugary treat imaginable, my toddler son has taught me to accept change. High amounts of sugar are tough on his digestive system, so our recently adjusted eating habits require little to no […]

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The Teal Pumpkin Project

As Halloween gets closer, the aisles and displays are towering with chocolate and sweets everywhere we turn, and the time is coming to start stocking up for the slew of adorable trick-or-treaters that will come ringing. While it’s easy to quickly grab a few bags of assorted candy and be done with the holiday shopping, […]

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Families and Food Allergies :: Tips for Dining Out with A Food Allergy {Series}

My husband is allergic to sesame seeds, so I know first hand how difficult it can be to manage a food allergy. Thankfully he has never had a life-threatening reaction, but the effects are still very unpleasant (hives, itching, nausea, vomiting). He began noticing his food allergy when he was in his early 20’s. It took several years […]

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Families and Food Allergies :: Planning An Allergy-Friendly Birthday Party {Series}

Every 3 minutes, someone in the U.S. is admitted to the Emergency Department for an allergic reaction to food. Increased numbers of children are diagnosed every year, which means that you probably know at least one family with allergies – it may even be your own! Here at WMB, we have contributors in various stages […]

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Families and Food Allergies :: Summer Travel Tips {Series}

Every 3 minutes, someone in the U.S. is admitted to the Emergency Department for an allergic reaction to food. Increased numbers of children are diagnosed every year, which means that you probably know at least one family with allergies – it may even be your own! Here at WMB, we have contributors in various stages […]

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