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Does Your Child Have Food Allergies? Here’s How to Get Through the Holidays Safely

November 12, 2019 • Our Blog • Uncategorized
Thanksgiving dinner with American-African family at table. The whole family is gathered around the table for eating. The little brother of 5 years old is hungry. Photos are taken with spontaneity and real emotions and Captured the specific decorations, meals and festivities in Quebec such as Christmas and Thanksgiving traditions.

The holiday season is meant to be joyful, but for parents of children with food allergies, it can be an incredibly stressful couple of months.  For most people, the holiday season is a time of great celebration. It’s hard not to find joy in gathering with loved ones around a feast of homemade food — unless, of course, you’re the parent of a child with food allergies. As homemade meals become more prevalent around the holidays, it can be difficult for parents to monitor their children’s food for a...

Halloween 2019 Health and Safety Checklist

October 17, 2019 • Our Blog • Uncategorized

Keep your kids safe and healthy this Halloween — without sacrificing any fun! For kids, Halloween is a source of boundless excitement. They get to dress up in flashy, glamorous, or scary costumes, stay up past their bedtimes, and collect all the free candy they can fit in their bags. For parents, Halloween is a very different story: their children are out after dark, talking to strangers, and eating way more sugar than they should. Fortunately, it’s possible to keep your kids safe and healthy without spoiling the fun of Halloween, and we’ve compiled a Halloween health and safety checklist to help you do just...

How to Keep Fall Allergies at Bay

September 19, 2019 • Our Blog • Allergies

Fall is ragweed season, but sniffling and sneezing is no way to start the school year! The end of August marks the end of summer and the beginning of the school year — and, for people who have ragweed allergies, the start of allergy season. Spring may be the season that’s most strongly associated with pollen, but fall allergies can be just as bad (or even worse) for many people. While spring allergies are usually caused by trees and summer allergies can be blamed on grasses, fall allergies are often caused by weeds or m...