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Creating Safe and Supportive Schools for Students with Food Allergies

Creating Safe and Supportive Schools for Students with Food Allergies

Written by Michael Pistiner MD, MMSc School-wide food allergy education is a critical and enormous responsibility; lives and self-esteems depend on it. Food Allergy Management Effective food allergy management is necessary at all times and in all situations. The pillars of food allergy management are prevention and emergency […]

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Dining Out with Food Allergies Can Be Safe and Fun

Dining Out with Food Allergies Can Be Safe and Fun

Share on Facebook Written by Michael Pistiner, MD, MMSc “Effective communication, vigilance, and wise food and restaurant choices are key to ensuring a safe and fun meal” Going out to eat is an important part of our lifestyle and culture.  Some dine out to socialize, some for convenience, […]

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Food Allergy From the Eyes of a Pediatric Allergist and Father

Food Allergy From the Eyes of a Pediatric Allergist and Father

Share on Facebook Written by Michael Pistiner, MD, MMSc “We were going through the exact thing that I had heard about in so many office visits – high emotions, grasping at alternate scenarios, and relationship dynamics influencing judgment and action.” Seven years ago my wife and I […]

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