My son had allergy testing and while testing negative to dairy, he still seems to have high sensitivity and intolerance to things that contain lactose. Is it possible to test negative on a dairy test and still have lactose intolerance? What things do we need to avoid if so? Really... more
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You may have heard that eating raw honey can help lessen allergy symptoms, but is it safe for kids? Here's the scoop.Have seasonal allergy symptoms such as sneezing, an itchy nose and coughing got your child down? Have you ever thought of using honey for allergies? If your... more
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Looking for any recipes and meal ideas for thanksgiving that are food allergy friendly. If anyone has suggestions they would be so appreciated!
My daughter is severely allergic to dairy (anaphylactic reaction at 18 mos) but also has a contact allergy to it. If anything dairy or containing dairy hits her skin, she breaks out in hives. Anyone else experiencing this with their child?