One of the scariest is peanut allergies . There’s no cure and the only treatment is to avoid all products that contain the peanut allergen. All it takes is one mistaken bite for a child with severe peanut allergies go into anaphylaxis, a life-threatening emergency situation requiring immediate attention.
Peanut allergies account for 80 percent of fatal or near-fatal allergic reactions each year.
Labeling your child’s food gear and travel items is a good way to remind caretakers of your child’s allergy. Mabel’s Labels provides such food allergy labels that you can design yourself. Click here for more information. The non-sticky labels are billed as being resistant to dishwashers, microwaves, UV-rays and kids. Of course, the company also makes labels in a fun font for less serious reasons, like clothing labels for summer camp, labels for sippy cups and baby bottles.