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Food Allergy and Your Kiddo

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Food Allergy and Your Kiddo

Alice Hoyt, MD, and Pam Lestage, MBA

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If your kiddo has a food allergy, then this is the podcast for you. Join board-certified allergist Dr. Alice Hoyt and food allergy mama Pam Lestage, MBA, as they dive into all things food allergy. Expect interviews with world-renown allergists as well as food allergy advocates and food allergy families, just like yours. This podcast will answer YOUR food allergy questions and provide YOU with strategies that you can then discuss with your allergist. Tune in to demystify this strange and ofte ...
 
The American Academy of Allergy, Asthma & Immunology (AAAAI) podcast series will use different formats to interview thought leaders from the world of allergy and immunology. This podcast is not intended to provide any individual medical advice to our listeners. We do hope that our conversations provide evidence-based information. Any questions pertaining to one's own health should always be discussed with their personal physician. The AAAAI Find an Allergist is a useful tool to locate a list ...
 
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Exploring Food Allergy Families

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Exploring Food Allergy Families

Tamara Hubbard, LCPC (The Food Allergy Counselor website)

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Hosted by licensed therapist Tamara Hubbard, LCPC, Exploring Food Allergy Families is a podcast with real talk, relatable conversations, and practical advice focused on navigating the impacts that food allergies have on families, mental health, and emotional well-being. Subscribe now so you don't miss any episodes! (www.FoodAllergyFamilies.com. Music by Scott Holmes.)
 
Feed Your Can podcast shares inspiring stories, interviews, helpful facts and every day life hacks where people living with food allergies talk about gaining back their power. We'll interview inspiring guests, discuss practical tips, savvy life hacks and share healthy mind snacks. Sometimes we just need to flip the script away from fear and look for another narrative. We'll show you how food and fun CAN coexist. You may need to restrict your foods, but that doesn't mean restricting your fun! ...
 
This series highlights expert perspectives, key studies, and breaking news from a diverse portfolio of allergy, asthma, and immunology topics. Hosted by clinical allergists Dr. Todd Mahr and Dr. Ketan Sheth, and produced in partnership with the American College of Asthma, Allergy, and Immunology, Hot Topics in Allergy is America's go-to resource for accurate and timely AAI education.
 
Have you ever thought of getting to know the person(s) behind the allergy free brand, business and/or service? Well, this is the podcast you have been waiting for! Join Chief Allergy Free Hustler Nicole Farquharson, a long time alternative health enthusiast for your weekly episodes of Allergy Free Hustle Podcast as it shines the spotlight on founders, creators, owners, administrators, managers of allergy free brands, businesses and services. Allergy Free Hustle features interviews with inspi ...
 
Food Allergies and Anaphylaxis Information from a Food Allergy aware family point of view. Video and audio podcast to help you along your food allergy journey. Whether you are brand new to food allergies or a seasoned veteran, if you suffer from or are a carer of someone with anaphylaxis, it’s important to keep up with information about managing food allergies and the ongoing research to find a cure. This show contains stories from the trenches of daily life, and interviews with others in th ...
 
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It's fall! That means kiddos are getting exciting for trick-or-treating, and parents may be wondering what treats to hand out. If you know a kiddo with food allergy, there's an easy way to help them also have a super fun experience while staying safe. Tune in to this episode to learn all that plus Dr. Hoyt's and Pam's strategies for a safe evening …
 
Finding and elevating your voice to protect someone you love is not an easy or comfortable task. Add life-threatening food allergies to the mix and you realize this is a skill you must learn. Michelle has had plenty of practice learning about advocacy and living it personally and professionally as well. Michelle and her husband are raising a son wh…
 
My guest Jo Frost (also known as Supernanny) and I chat about so many important topics in this 2-part episode, including how to live an empowered life with allergies, navigating various family/parenting dynamics including divorced/blended families, and how values can be the compass that guides you to living a safe AND full life with allergies. Jo a…
 
David B. Peden, MD, MS, FAAAAI, is the new Editor-in-Chief for The Journal of Allergy and Clinical Immunology: Global (JACI: Global), a new Gold Open Access journal from the AAAAI that is launching in February 2022. Dr. Peden discusses the ins and outs of JACI: Global and how it will impact the specialty of allergy / immunology.…
 
"To undergo OIT or not to undergo OIT? " That is the question many parents of kiddos with food allergy are now considering. If you have ever wondered what it's like to be the parent of a kiddo with food allergy and make this decision, then don't miss this episode. Pam and Dr. Hoyt interview the mom of one of Dr. Hoyt's patients, and they talk about…
 
My guest Jo Frost (also known as Supernanny) and I chat about so many important topics in this 2-part episode, including how to live an empowered life with allergies, navigating various family/parenting dynamics including divorced/blended families, and how values can be the compass that guides you to living a safe AND full life with allergies. Jo a…
 
Dr. Will Russell is a physician who has grown up living with food allergies. His story is not medically focused, but instead a recollection of his personal journey with food allergies from the first diagnosis at age 8 to how he navigates life today. His wisdom through the years is noteworthy and he shares great advice along the way. He even recolle…
 
Lindsay Schultz, founder of Feed Your Can, recollects the good, the bad and the ugly with how food allergies have shaped her family's journey. She opens up about the early struggles, starting back in 2013, where trauma and triumphs began. She shares more setbacks than victories but you'll come away from the episode with a deeper understanding of ho…
 
Being a teenager is hard enough, but then throw food allergies into the mix and it can be even more challenging. Growth only happens from challenges though, right? Listen to George's stories as he unpacks the good, the bad and the ugly of how food allergies have shaped him into a confident teen ready to navigate what life has to offer. Visit feedyo…
 
Feed Your Can podcast shares inspiring stories, interviews and every day life hacks where people living with food allergies talk about gaining back their power. We'll interview inspiring guests, discuss practical tips, savvy life hacks and share healthy mind snacks. Sometimes we just need to flip the script away from fear and look for another narra…
 
World-renowned vaccine and infectious disease expert Peter Hotez, MD, PhD, DSc (hon), FASTMH, FAAP, joins us to discuss the latest information surrounding the COVID-19 pandemic. This important update discusses the Delta variant, full FDA approval of the Pfizer vaccine, third vaccine doses, the return to school, and much more.…
 
Pediatric allergist and food allergy expert Brian Vickery, MD, FAAAAI, joins us to discuss the Delta variant, safety of sending kids back to school and asthma/allergy management in the school setting. This is a timely episode for all parents, school personnel, clinicians and the general public!Autor: The American Academy of Allergy, Asthma & Immunology
 
Pamela Guerrerio, MD, PhD, is the principal investigator for a newly launched research study conducted by the National Institutes of Health (NIH). She discusses the research questions being addressed as well as details surrounding inclusion/exclusion criteria and participant involvement.Autor: The American Academy of Allergy, Asthma & Immunology
 
Special guest Jen Gunter MD, FRCS(C), FACOG, DABPM, ABPMR, joins the podcast to offer great advice for spotting and avoiding health-related misinformation online. We all need to be savvy with our online searches and use of social media, and healthcare professionals need to learn how and where patients are receiving their information.…
 
Navigating the teen and young adult years is hard enough, but managing a food allergy can make it feel even more difficult. This episode offers guidance and tips to help allergic teens, young adults and parents navigate these years. My guest Kortney Kwong Hing and I discuss the following topics: Various common social & life scenarios, tips for spea…
 
Lead author Mark S. Dykewicz, MD, FAAAAI, walks us through all the details surrounding the recently updated rhinitis parameters. This CME episode is a master class in the diagnosis and treatment of this common condition. Helpful for all medical professionals and patients as well.Autor: The American Academy of Allergy, Asthma & Immunology
 
Susan R. Bailey, MD, FAAAAI, the Immediate Past President of the American Medical Association, joins us for our 50th episode to discuss a variety of topics pertinent to healthcare providers, patients and the general public. Dr. Bailey offers valuable perspective and information throughout this timely conversation.…
 
This episode explores dealing with fearful thoughts and a variety of emotions when just thinking about epinephrine, or when you actually need to use it. . My guest Fawn McNeil-Haber, PhD and I share strategies and tips to prepare for, actually use, and process the thoughts, feelings and trauma that are often part of the allergic reaction experience…
 
Hello amazing Kiddo listener! Thank you for listening to this year of Food Allergy and Your Kiddo! I've interviewed amazing guests and brought on my dear friend Pam as our cohost. It's been a great year! Take a moment and drop me a line about what you'd like to hear next season! I hope you enjoy this last episode of the season when Pam interviews m…
 
Rebecca Scherzer, MD, FAAAAI, and Caroline S. Horner, MD, FAAAAI, discuss AAAAI committees and interest sections, as well as ways for members to get more involved. All of us will be inspired to get involved after listening to these two passionate physician educators.Autor: The American Academy of Allergy, Asthma & Immunology
 
Calling all Disney World fans! If you've ever been to Walt Disney World, then you know that a lot of planning goes into those magical memories. And if you have food allergy and haven't been to Disney lately, then, oh, boy, have we got a treat in store for you. Our families love going to Disney because we know that we will have LOT OF SAFE FOOD OPTI…
 
Sujani Kakumanu, MD, FAAAAI, and Julie Wang, MD, FAAAAI, join us to discuss the AAAAI Leadership Institute. They offer their personal insights surrounding leadership in general, as well as a detailed discussion of the AAAAI’s own cultivated program.Autor: The American Academy of Allergy, Asthma & Immunology
 
Prepping for college... when should you start thinking about it? (Hint hint: now!) In part two of this two-part series, Pam and I talk with the amazing Kristi Grim of FARE (Food Allergy Research and Education). Kristi has been with FARE for years and was the original lead and continued director of FARE's college programming as well as lead of youth…
 
Many people have picky eating habits and may even avoid a number of foods, but when do these food preferences become problematic, especially for those managing food allergy? This episode explores the answers to these questions and the diagnosis of ARFID (avoidant restrictive food intake disorder) which is a diagnosis becoming more well-known in tho…
 
Prepping for college... when should you start thinking about it? (Hint hint: now!) In this episode, Pam and I talk with the amazing Kristi Grim of FARE (Food Allergy Research and Education). Kristi has been with FARE for years and was the original lead and continued director of FARE's college programming as well as lead of youth and of professional…
 
How often do you worry about your kiddo who has food allergy? And have you ever wondered if that amount of worry is "normal" ? Tune in to this episode of the Food Allergy and Your Kiddo Podcast with me, Dr. Alice Hoyt, and my good friend Pam Lestage as we interview food allergy counselor Tamara Hubbard, LCPC. Tamara is one of the most knowledgeable…
 
How often do you worry about your kiddo who has food allergy? And have you ever wondered if that amount of worry is "normal" ? Tune in to this episode of the Food Allergy and Your Kiddo Podcast with me, Dr. Alice Hoyt, and my good friend Pam Lestage as we interview food allergy counselor Tamara Hubbard, LCPC. Tamara is one of the most knowledgeable…
 
Maybe you're an allergic individual or allergy parent who wants to advocate on a larger scale? Or perhaps you're interested in learning more about what a food allergy consultant or allergy-informed therapist does and how to become one? Gina Mennett Lee, M.Ed. and I discuss food allergy advocacy, consulting and counseling, paying special attention t…
 
Although death from a food allergy is rare, when it happens to your child, the rarity of it doesn't matter. And how do you move forward? I'm honored to be joined on this episode with Mike and Becca Suhy of the Allison Rose Foundation. Mike and Becca founded this amazing non-profit to honor their sweet daughter Allison, who passed away from anaphyla…
 
Schools develop food allergy-related policies to try to keep kids safe, but how many of these policies are evidence-based? And how do policies impact the emotional well-being of kiddos with food allergy? Join me as I talk with my colleague Ashley Lahoud of Kent State University's Pediatric Anxiety and Allergy Research Clinic. There, Ashley and her …
 
Season 5 episode 4, with guest Dr. Lakiea Wright director of medical affairs at Thermofisher scientific on when and how to use medical diagnostic tests in clinical immunology and allergy. Allergist/Immunologist @Brigham and Women’s Hospital, Medical Director @Thermofisher & allergy education enthusiast @allergyinsider…
 
Episode 4 of this 4-part series!!! When it comes to parenting a kiddo with food allergy, remembering that epi is only one of the many challenges faced. Other very real challenges were recently divided into three themes: Anxiety The need for resources Living with food allergy is a journey Rejoin my co-host Pam and me in this FOURTH episode of the se…
 
In honor of Mother's Day this weekend, I'm reviewing the 2020 Food Allergy Mom Experiences survey results to gain better insight into how moms feel about allergy parenting. Additionally, I'll compare the data from the 2020 Food Allergy Dad Experiences survey (which asked the exact same questions), and explore similarities and differences in their e…
 
Lisa Wheatley, MD, MPH, and N. Franklin Adkinson, Jr., MD, FAAAAI, join us to discuss details surrounding a new National Institutes of Health (NIH) study investigating potential causes of rare allergic reactions to COVID-19 vaccines.Autor: The American Academy of Allergy, Asthma & Immunology
 
Episode 3 of this 4-part series!!! When it comes to parenting a kiddo with food allergy, remembering that epi is only one of the many challenges faced. Other very real challenges were recently divided into three themes: Anxiety The need for resources Living with food allergy is a journey Rejoin my co-host Pam and me in this third episode of the ser…
 
Aleena Banerji, MD, FAAAAI, joins us to discuss the diagnosis and management of drug allergy. Listen to this CME episode to hear one of the world’s leading drug allergy experts offer pearls of wisdom and actionable approaches that anyone can put into place when evaluating suspected drug allergy.Autor: The American Academy of Allergy, Asthma & Immunology
 
Episode 2 of this 4-part series!!! When it comes to parenting a kiddo with food allergy, remembering that epi is only one of the many challenges faced. Other very real challenges were recently divided into three themes: Anxiety The need for resources Living with food allergy is a journey Rejoin my co-host Pam and me in this second episode of the se…
 
It's common to feel nervous or anxious in anticipation of an oral food challenge (OFC). On this episode, fellow allergy-informed therapist Fawn McNeil-Haber, PhD and I will discuss navigating oral food challenge anxiety. We will specifically explore: Tips to encourage readiness for kids, teens, parents and adults Anxiety management strategies to pr…
 
When it comes to parenting a kiddo with food allergy, remembering that epi is only one of the many challenges faced by parents. Other very real challenges were recently divided into three themes: Anxiety The need for resources Living with food allergy is a journey Join my co-host Pam and me in this first episode of the series on Food Allergy and Pa…
 
Open communication with your allergist is crucial - it helps them meet you where you're at and in turn, provides you with valuable guidance and information to help navigate life with food allergies. However, not everyone knows how to advocate for their own patient needs or when they should or shouldn't reach out to their allergist with questions. I…
 
In this second part of my two-part interview with Dr. Matthew Greenhawt, we further discuss food allergy management in schools and also exchange thoughts on traveling with food allergy. If you haven't listened to this first episode of this two-part series, check it out now! -A. Hoyt, MD FoodAllergyandYourKiddo.com…
 
Food allergy management certainly can be challenging, but we continue to have more and more evidence to guide us in making best possible decisions, especially regarding management in schools. I'm delighted to have Dr. Matthew Greenhawt on this episode. He's the Director of the Food Challenge and Research Unit at Children's Hospital Colorado. Dr. Gr…
 
In honor of Counseling Awareness Month in April, Season 2 kicks off with an episode focusing on therapy, because after the last 12 months, many could benefit from additional support. This episode will specifically explore: WHY (and when) people might decide to seek out therapy WHO provides counseling services WHAT some common counseling approaches …
 
If you have ever considered how to navigate social media for you and your kiddo regarding food allergy, then you are not going to want to miss this episode. Joining me is Dr. Dave Stukus @AllergyKidsDoc, allergist at Nationwide Children’s Hospital. Dr. Stukus is also the Social Media Medical Editor of the AAAAI, and he and I discuss social media an…
 
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