Sexy and Safe with Food Allergies
Today, 1 in 13 children in the United States has a known food allergy. On top of that, many others learn of their food allergies when an allergic reaction sends them to the emergency room. It is becoming all too common.
An allergic reaction to food now sends someone to the ER once every three minutes in the United States.
And as mindful as we are about the foods that we feed our children, things begin to change when they head into middle school, high school and college.
Allergens can be hidden everywhere, and as our children become teenagers and young adults, a new campaign out of the UK highlights another unsuspecting place that allergens are tucked into. The image speaks for itself, giving new meaning to the phrase “Practice safe sex.”
More information is available at http://www.anaphylaxis.org.uk