by Emile Baker

February 8, 2019

Life threatening food allergies are hard; they are an invisible disability that many people are simply not aware of. As you go through life, you learn to adjust your every moment to accommodate your child and develop new strategies to manage new situations. You learn t...

March 17, 2018

So......we are waiting patiently (not really) for next Tuesday when my daughter will be tested to see if her milk patch is working. She has been hospitalized for several anaphylactic reactions to milk over the years, and it would be a godsend if her numbers have gone d...

October 28, 2017

I'd like to address something that is not usually discussed within food allergy clinics, but I think is an important topic that affects families. It is Post Traumatic Stress and anxiety in caregivers, who manage food allergies. Since my daughter's worst reaction, over...

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Emile is a stay-at-home to two children and former psychotherapist and clinical social worker. She cares for her young daughter, who has life-threatening food allergies to eggs, milk, peanuts, and tree nuts.She started Teal Living and Teallivingblog.com to help spread awareness and provide support for other food allergy families. Find this blog on FB, Instagram, and here!

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