Road Trip

June 2013
Living Without;Jun/Jul2013, Vol. 16 Issue 5, p34
The article focuses on the limited travel plans due to food allergies. It says that about 86 percent of family travelers arranged special meals at restaurants, 90 percent prepare their own foods, and 67 percent bring extra epinephrine injectors. Spokeswoman Veronica Brown of Food Allergy Research & Education (FARE) states that a careful planning is needed by the families that managing food allergies for them to enjoy vacations and road trips.


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