December 2016

Congratulate our winners,  learn more about our Allergy Pals program coordinator, and read a quick recap of all we were able to accomplish this year.

The City of Hamilton now has epinephrine auto-injectors  
in city-owned facilities and there's new research about 
the early introduction of egg and peanut. 

The holidays are here and we want to help you make it a safe and successful one! We have you
covered -- from travel tips, allergy-friendly 
recipes, personal stories, and interviews on 
managing the holidays and more.


This month, learn about FPIES, the non-IgE  mediated   
form  of food allergy you might not know a lot about.
We hear from I-FPIES, an international FPIES
association and a mom who has two children, one with
food allergies and one with FPIES.

We would love to hear from you! Share your  stories with us at

It's the season of giving and this year, you can give a 
different type of gift to your loved ones for the 
holidays by supporting Food Allergy Canada.