Raised Bill 7200 currently before the the Connecticut legislature updates previous implemented laws and recommends additional changes and guidance. A link to the bill is below.  Contact your representatives and senators to support this food allergy action initiative. https://www.cga.ct.gov/2017/TOB/h/2017HB-07200-R00-HB.htm Advertisements

We attended the Peanut Allergy Aware suit game at Yankee Stadium last year. Game was great, as was the peanut free food, our new peanut free friends and the Yankees staff. We’re really looking forward to this year’s game!! For current information about peanut aware games near you, check out this link: http://www.bestallergysites.com/2017-peanut-allergy-friendly-mlb-baseball-games/

Like many of you, we were very excited for the much anticipated re-release of the new and improved Auvi-Q on February 14. After much effort and many calls, we found that neither our local CVS or Walgreens had any in stock.  Neither pharmacy had a firm date for delivery.  Other eager parents have encountered the […]

As my son gets ready to enter high school, I’m already starting to focus on how he will manage his allergies when he goes to college.  As I find information, I’ll keep you all updated here.  As a start, below is an article from the Seton Hall student newspaper, the Setonian.  It’s great that Seton […]

As most of us in the food allergy community know, the cost of our life saving medical devices has sky rocketed in the past few years.   Yesterday, CVS announced that it now offers some relief.  It will be offering a generic two-pack for Adrenaclick for the cash price of $109.99.  We understand that this […]

The HERSHEY’S Company is in the process of transitioning labeling for all Hershey’s Hugs Kisses items to reflect a recent change in the manufacture of this product. We are changing the allergen statement to identify that the product is manufactured on equipment that processes almonds. In the past, there has been no Allergen Information Statement […]

Finally, perhaps prompted by the reintroduction of the AviQ, or the recent Jutice Department fine, Mylan is making a generic EpiPen available to the general public. At $300 it’s still no bargain, but it’s better than $600. For more information: http://n.pr/2gJilhl