Advocacy

Age Discrimination and Preventative Care

Age Discrimination and Preventative Care We’ve all heard about discrimination in the health care system, especially as it relates to women.  If a woman walks into her doctor’s office complaining of fatigue, brain fog, depression, low sex drive and general lack of motivation, often her symptoms are considered non-specific and Read more…

By Emily Cerda, ago
Allergy-free

Allergy-Free Breakfast Hash

Allergy-Free Breakfast Hash Breakfasts can be a struggle on busy weekday mornings. Typically, I’m packing 3 lunches, dancing around the cats, attempting to manage the dog and trying to keep the kids moving as they prepare for school.  It’s easy to fall into the breakfast cereal routine, which is not Read more…

By Emily Cerda, ago
Awareness

Elementary School: Food Allergies and Identity

Elementary School: Food Allergies and Identity Back to school is always tough: new classrooms, new teachers, different classmates, new rules and expectations, and rehashing all of the usual precautions and emergency plans that come with severe food allergies.  It’s easy for food allergies and identity to become intertwined, especially in elementary Read more…

By Emily Cerda, ago
Awareness

What’s In My Cheese?

What’s In My Cheese? So, it’s confession time. Food allergies and convenience don’t typically go hand-in hand, but sometimes I want shortcuts like everyone else. Sometimes I’m even so tired and grateful for a reprise that I forget the basics. The Lure of Convenience Cheese I picked up some shredded Read more…

By Emily Cerda, ago

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