Gifts for Friends and Family with Food Allergies

As the holiday season continues, so do occasions for those with food allergies to be exposed. Many traditional holiday foods contain one of the “Big 8” food allergens: dairy, eggs, fish and [...]

‘Tis the Season to Be Cautious about Hidden Food Allergies

The holiday season is here. Over the next month, many people will attend large dinner parties with mixed company and banquets serving traditional holiday dishes. For people with food allergies, [...]

Make it a Safe Thanksgiving for Those with Food Allergies

Thanksgiving is typically the kickoff to the holiday season and a great time to plan ahead for your family member who might have an allergy or for your guests that may be allergic to certain [...]


Does the thought of eating certain foods make you anxious or uneasy? Do they trigger swallowing difficulties, vomiting, or abdominal pain? Then you may be able to take part in a new clinical [...]

“EPIPEN PRICE HIKE” – Dr. Soteres Chimes In

Dr. Soteres agrees with the concerns noted in the Denver POST article “EPIPEN PRICE HIKE” “At Asthma & Allergy Associates I have noticed increased complaints from patients regarding the [...]

Fatalities From Food Allergies

While many patients with food allergies will never experience a fatal or near-fatal reaction to a food, there are many deaths that occur each year due to anaphylaxis to foods. Teenagers are among [...]

About Food Allergies

Almost 10% of Americans will be diagnosed with a food allergy at some time in their lives.  Most of these do occur in kids, and many of these food allergies will be outgrown, particularly milk, [...]

Can You Outgrow a Food Allergy?

Many people suffer from food allergies. They might mildly break out if they eat tomatoes, or they may go into anaphylactic shock if they consume peanut butter. The degree to which individuals [...]

Food Sensitivities in Children: What to Watch Out For

All too often, people confuse food sensitivity symptoms with food allergies, thinking that these terms can be used interchangeably. The reason these terms are often confused with one another is [...]

The Importance of Seeing Your Doctor Before Starting a Gluten-Free Diet

Are you considering trying a gluten-free diet because you think it might be the cause of your gastrointestinal (GI) issues?  If so, consider scheduling an appointment with your doctor first.  [...]

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