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THIS SITE IS PROVIDED FOR GENERAL INFORMATIONAL PURPOSES ONLY, AND NOT FOR THE PURPOSE OF PROVIDING MEDICAL ADVICE OR GIVING A MEDICAL OPINION. PLEASE CONSULT YOUR ALLERGIST FOR ANY QUESTIONS YOU MIGHT HAVE REGARDING FOOD ALLERGIES.

Tuesday, September 4, 2012

New Books Available from Our Lending Library

Thanks to another generous FAAN grant, our support group's lending library is expanding again. Here are the titles that we just added:

- The Food Allergy Mama's Baking Book, by Kelly Rudnicki. Kelly is a well-known blogger and author. Her blog, Food Allergy Mama, was created 4 years ago and has become widely popular in the food allergy community. Her first cookbook includes mouth-watering recipes that are nut-, dairy-, and egg-free, as well as tips for reading labels, tips for birthday parties, baking hints, and many other useful ideas for safely baking with food allergies.

- Understanding and Managing Your Child's Food Allergies, by Scott Sicherer, MD. Dr Sicherer is the Chief of the Division on Allergy and Immunology in the Department of Pediatrics at Mount Sinai Hospital. He is also a clinical researcher, focusing on various food allergy topics. The book reflects his vast knowledge and experience with food allergies, and it offers parents and caregivers all the tools they need in recognizing and managing allergic reactions, avoiding food allergens, dealing with the emotional aspects of food allergies, and so much more.

- Food Allergies and Me, by Juniper Skinner, is a children's book that introduces young children to the world of food allergies. Written by a mother of an allergic child, the book uses a simple story to teach children about safety, integration, and self-advocacy.

- The School Food Allergy Program, by Anne Munoz-Furlong, is a comprehensive manual published by FAAN that offers school personnel all the information they need to have in order to devise a safe environment for food allergic children.

For a complete list of resources available in our library, please check out our website. Remember, all materials can be checked out and returned at our monthly group meetings. Meetings are held every second Saturday at the month. For details, last minute changes, or cancellation, please go to our Facebook page.

4 comments:

  1. My son has milk allergy and believe me he can not eat anything of milk and related to milk. In early stage, I have tried to get him out of it but it was in vain. Then I read Food Allergy and me by Juniper Skinner. It's has been explained in very simple way that how to treat the allergic kids in natural way. Its worth reading.

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