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Everything makes me think about allergies, even my puppy’s furtive roll in dog poop today. My 13 year old son was walking her, and when she found a fresh pile of poop hidden under some fallen leaves, she dove into it before he could stop her. I came home to a very stinky dog, and […]
I had the privilege of appearing on Rogers Daytime London, with hosts Darrin and Sabrina. As part of their health segment, we talked about the day to day issues arising from food allergies and anaphylaxis. I covered travel and school safety tips, along with how their viewers can connect with Onespot Allergy for immediate expert […]
via CP24 Ottawa: “The Canadian Transportation Agency has released a decision outlining how Air Canada should accommodate travelers with peanut or tree nut allergies. It says that when the airline has at least 48 hours advance notice of a traveler with these allergies, it must create a buffer zone around the person. The onboard […]
Onespot™Allergy Top Ten Tips For A Safe Thanksgiving With Food Allergies: 1. As your children may be offered unapproved foods and feel shy speaking up to adults, help them feel prepared by teaching them in advance to refuse foods politely, perhaps by saying “no thank you”. 2. Always wash hands before eating, but be careful of luxury hand […]
Well, it’s official. Now that I blog, my family no longer has any reasonable expectation of privacy. Last week, I showed my husband’s face being shaved with a straight razor with before and after photos. He’d pledged to shave his beard if he raised $1,000 for breast cancer research, and of course, I found a […]
This post may seem off topic, but it’s not. My husband, Joel, joined his friend Megan Walker’s team for the Canadian Breast Cancer Foundation Run For The Cure, since she went through breast cancer treatment this year. As pledges began to flow in, Joel set a lofty goal of $1,000 and pledged to shave […]