Cow’s milk protein allergy is the most common food allergy in babies — but there's good news!
One day, everyone in your household is happily looking forward to the warm summer, and the next, someone starts sniffling. It could be a cold. Or, more likely, it could be seasonal allergies.
When parents can get an at-home version of a medical test that would normally take time out of their family’s busy day, it’s going to garner attention. That’s exactly what’s happening with at-home allergy — or, more accurately, at-home sensitivity — tests.
Over the last few years, the gluten-free diet has gained a lot of followers and the trend continues to grow. There are those who need it for medical reasons, such as celiac disease and gluten sensitivity,