Welcome to the January 21, 2010 edition of the Living with Food Allergies Blog Carnival! I'm happy to host this carnival once again. We have a really great edition this time, with lots of great information for you. FYI--I had to do quite a bit of editing due to a Blog Carnival hiccup (I think), so if you sent in an article that you don't see here, please email me or leave a comment.
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chupieandjsmama presents Food Allergy Misconceptions: True or False - WEGO Health posted at Janeen's Blog - WEGO Health.
Jennifer Ames presents What to do when your Food Allergic child has a party at School? posted at Live a Thriving Life with Allergies!.
Nancy Kohler presents Five Steps to Living Gluten-Free posted at The Sensitive Pantry, saying, "Introduction to an online article written for Jens Gluten Free Blog entitled Five Steps to Living Gluten Free."
Rational Jenn presents Still a Food Allergy Mom posted at Rational Jenn, saying, "This post includes a link to an Atlanta-based food allergy friendly bakery (yay!), and an update on how my son is handling his food allergy lately."
Food Allergy Assistant presents Allergy Shots Decrease Healthcare Costs posted at Food Allergy Assistant, saying, "Many people with food allergies also deal with environmental allergies. This study talks about the healthcare savings of allergy shots."
Lisa Newton presents Sulfites: Arrive Late To The Party and Linger for Days Like Uninvited Guests posted at Savings With Sadie, saying, "My story on sulfites. Sulfites: Arrive Late To The Party And Linger For Days Like Uninvited Guests"
Tony presents Food Allergies posted at Health Fitness Article Directory, saying, "Food allergies are funny things. I learned all about them when I was struck by food allergies which developed in my 20s. Turns out I’m allergic to eggs, broccoli, and commercially prepared ribs. The main symptom was stomach cramps that felt like a Charley horse in my stomach, except for the time when this progressed to all-over-the-body hives which then went into my throat, which started to close. My blood pressure dropped to about 70 over 50."
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