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College Student with Food Allergies Relies on Friends to Help Keep Herself Safe

Kids With Food Allergies ·
How is Valentine's Day different when you are diagnosed with multiple food allergies at 19? Kylee Christensen is 21 and is a college junior studying criminal justice in Illinois. At 19, she had a severe allergic reaction and was diagnosed allergic to multiple foods. Kids With Food Allergies and Kylee recently chatted online about how she manages romance, food allergies and college friendships while away at school. We spotted Kylee when she posted a picture of an "emergency box" she keeps in...
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Friends Can Help Keep Your Child With Food Allergies Safe

Kids With Food Allergies ·
The school year is well underway. That often means making new friends and reconnecting with old ones. Existing friendships can also change over time. Friends who understand your child's food allergies can be an important part of their safety net. Children, especially adolescents and young adults, with supportive friends are less likely to take part in food allergy-related risky behaviors. Learn how you can help foster those friendships.
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K8sMom2002 ·
I love it! What would you say is a change that could help your kiddos manage food allergies? That's this year's theme - changes to improve the lives of kids with food allergies!
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Momofthree ·
What handsome boys! Thanks for sharing!
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Mikayla Williams ·
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Momofthree ·
Great job! Thanks for sharing!
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Momofthree ·
Have you seen our Teal Classroom Kit? You can download or order it and share it with your child's teacher! It has a lot of great food free classroom ideas and activities for the kids.
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MissDaisy ·
Brothers and Best Friends &lt;3
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