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Hooray, I have internet here. I’ll record the podcast ASAP and announce the winner of the goodie giveaway!!!
Also, allergyware.com is back up! Thank you, webhost! When I get the long-term sponsorship I seek, I will be moving both this blog and my allergy alert gear website to a different server, with no down time…ever. 😛
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- Be prepared for reactions
- FAAN trick or treat project
- Halloween is tricky for kids with food allergies
- Allergykids.com free treat for all
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If your child reacts like this to allergy shots, go immediately back to the allergist. The serum may need to be adjusted!! You will also want to watch your child closely for a more severe reaction. While anaphylaxis is more commonly associated with food, it can occur with any allergy (beestings, latex, etc are not food!).
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I just love this photo I found on flickr. It is gorgeous and well-done, and, hey, ain’t that just like allergies to be floating all around our kids’ faces?
Well, I wanted to thank all of you who have ordered AllergyZone filters so far. I am a true believer–they really do help clear the air in our house.
I’d like to offer you a tip: write the date you installed one on the edge of the filter w/ a Sharpie. That way in 3 mo. you’ll be sure that you’re not jumping the gun–or you’ll realize if you’ve let them go too long without changing.
In our house, I know sometimes Steve and I both attempt to do the same task, and might accidentally throw away a brand-new filter if it weren’t marked properly.
Hopefully today I can add some notes about our new Dyson-ing habit. I believe the air filter + the vac are making a huge improvement in our lives.
Have a great day!