Food Allergies

Hives or rashes that develop after eating is one indication your child has a food allergy. Learn how to spot food allergy symptoms to give treatment.

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FDA Food Labeling Changes During COVID-19: Here's What Parents Need to Know

The FDA is relaxing some food labeling requirements in light of the pandemic. But these changes could be risky for those with food allergies. Here's how to keep your kids safe.

All About Food Allergies in Babies

An upset tummy, a rash, or difficulty breathing are common signs of food allergies in babies. Learn what to do if you suspect this common phenomenon.

Plant-Based Foods Can Be a Risk for Kids With Allergies

Meatless burgers and non-dairy milk are good options for families following a plant-based diet—but they may also be surprising sources of allergens for certain kids. Here's what you need to know.

Everything Parents Need to Know About the New Peanut Allergy Drug

Palforzia, the first drug approved by the FDA to treat peanut allergies, isn't a cure, but it's a breakthrough when it comes to caring for kids with severe food allergies. Here's how it works, the side effects, and how much it costs.

How to Fly Safely If Your Child Has Food Allergies

Air travel can be stressful (and scary) when severe food allergies are involved. Here's the life-saving info you need to know.

More Food Allergies

Peanut-Free Snacks for School

We've taken the guesswork out of figuring out which packaged snacks you can and can't send into a peanut-free lunchroom, with a monster list of goodies—some tried and true, some brand new—all of which are totally peanut-free and delicious.

8 Signs Your Child May Be Experiencing a Serious Allergic Reaction

More kids are showing up in emergency rooms for anaphylaxis, a severe form of allergic reaction. Here's what anaphylaxis looks like, and how to keep your child safe.