Allergies cover a very broad range of triggers and symptoms, from food allergies and environmental allergies to hives and life-threatening anaphylaxis. Understanding allergies is the first step in learning how to manage them. And the best way to begin understanding allergies is with accurate medical information and the insight and perspective of people with firsthand experience. That’s what you’ll find in this year’s selection of best allergy blogs. They stand out for their commitment to educating, inspiring, and empowering those who need it most.
Parenting a child with allergies isn’t easy, but you’ll find plenty of camaraderie on Jennifer’s blog. As the mother of two kids with allergies, she’s a great resource not only for allergies, but for asthma and eczema, too. Browse posts from Jennifer and guest bloggers about these conditions, management tips, and treatment advice.
Food Allergy Research & Education (FARE) is committed to improving both the health and quality of life for people living with food allergies. On the blog, browse current research, studies, treatment options, and statistics as well as recipes and guest posts written by people living with food allergies.
On the hunt for allergy-friendly, healthy recipes? Jeanette Chen has you covered. In addition to tons of standard recipes, she shares recipes for special diets. Find everything from gluten-free and dairy-free to vegan, vegetarian, low-residue, and liquid. She also has a section with recipes she created for loved ones going through cancer treatment.