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Epinephrine in Our Schools
The Allergist Mom contributes to this important article.
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Sarah M. Boudreau-Romano (the Allergist Mom) is a pediatrician who completed her fellowship in Allergy/Immunology. She is a mother of four children, three of whom have multiple life-threatening food allergies. The stories shared in this blog are meant to serve as a source of encouragement, and at times commiseration, as you seek creative solutions to the challenges facing the food allergic life.
The information in this blog is not intended as medical advice.
Monthly Archives: November 2011
Thanksgiving has been a turkey-free holiday for us for the past 4 years. I mean, we found delicious substitutes and created our own olfactory and gustatory memories but none of them included turkey. I have avoided decorating the house with … Continue reading
I took this photo last summer as I was walking along Lake Michigan. It spoke to me. It reminded me that if you want to make a difference in the world, you have to put yourself out there. You have … Continue reading
Today I did something I never thought that I would do. I did something that was out of my comfort zone. It was something that, honestly, made me a little nervous at first. But it was something that I always … Continue reading
There are plenty of times when my husband and I stand face-to-face, toe-to-toe, at a complete standstill. Except that we aren’t completely still. I am shaking my head back and forth and he is nodding his up and down, at … Continue reading