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from SnackSafely.com

Lessons to be learned from the William Luckett Inquest

Highlighting common sense strategies to help avoid tragedies like that of William Luckett.

from Parents

The New Rules for Food Allergies

The New Rules for Food Allergies. Great insight about being sensitive to those with food allergies and signs to observe if your child could be allergic to something.

Anaphylaxis is a life threatening allergic reaction that usually is rapid in onset. For most everyone, their Anaphylaxis symptoms will vary, the most common symptoms include: Itchiness, redness or flushing OR in others clammy or pale skin, possible rash or hives outbreak, throat or tongue swelling, low blood pressure, rapid heart rate, trouble breathing etc. The most effective way to treat Anaphylactic Shock is Epinephrine (adrenaline) to reduce your body's allergic response.

Book List for books about kids with allergies...Use for read-alouds at beginning of year before explaining any food restrictions.

SEVERE FOOD ALLERGIES I Carry an EpiPen Medical Alert Pair of 1 inch Shoe Charm Tags by Creative Clam, http://www.amazon.com/dp/B0064MLQ5Q/ref=cm_sw_r_pi_dp_1msMrb1F48Y2J

from One Time Through

How to Keep Your Allergic Child Safe at School

***PLEASE PIN - this could SAVE a CHILD's LIFE!*** Does your child have a severe food allergy or peanut allergy like mine? Are they heading off to school this fall? Find a free printable checklist of questions to ask classroom teachers and administrators of your child's school to help keep your child safe! {One Time Through}