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Are you planning a trip in the U.S.? Here’s how we can help. 1) Click on U.S. Travel 2) Select your State 3) Select Your City 4) On the next page, you’ll find a listing of hotels with kitchens, health food stores, restaurants, and medical facilities. With your help, we’ll be adding information daily so please send us your recommendations. In addition, we’re collecting information on international travel so if you have some to share, please send it our way.
January 2015 Purpose: To give greater urgency to the growing problem of anaphylaxis and asthma on board planes due to airborne and contact exposure to peanuts and tree nuts, I want to share with you anecdotal and scientific evidence that this issue deserves more attention. This article also outlines ways to prevent anaphylactic reactions by taking […]
November 13, 2014 – As the holiday travel season approaches, more families will be flying.
October 14, 2014 — Indulge me for just a moment — imagine the following scenario.
September 8, 2014 – My initial positive reaction to United’s new policy pertaining to nut
August 27 – By Writer and Guest Blogger Tamar Kummal Recently, my boyfriend and I
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- United Airlines More Willing to Assist Nut Allergic Passengers
- Nut Allergic Girl Goes Into Anaphylactic Shock After Fellow Plane Passenger Ignores Announcement Re: Nut Allergy
- American Air Ends First Class Meal Service
- Plane Diverted Back to Dublin After Girl Has Allergic Reaction to Unknown Nut Allergy
- Gina Clowes Talks International Travel with Musician Kyle Dine
- Allergy Upset Spoils Holiday Flight
- How to Travel with Food Allergies from a Mom Flight Attendant
- Conde Nast: What Should Airlines Do About Passengers with Peanut Allergies