Get Your Copy of Pursey’s FPIES Surprise

The 1st children’s book for FPIES is now back in print and available on fpies.org! Get your copy of “Pursey’s FPIES Surprise,” a full-color book by Kaylee Page that introduces a different kind of food allergy in a fun, educational way. It’s also a great way to introduce FPIES to a classroom or daycare environment. … Continue reading Get Your Copy of Pursey’s FPIES Surprise

DO ONE THING: Notes from FABlogCon

Featured blogger Kaylee Page shares her perspective on life with FPIES in an ongoing series. I’m here at FABlogCon. It’s a conference for food allergy bloggers. But it’s so much more. There are bloggers, speakers, authors and medical experts. There are people working real hard to bring innovation to the allergy world. Like gluten test … Continue reading DO ONE THING: Notes from FABlogCon

Building a Bridge to Understanding: Relationships and FPIES

Food Protein-Induced Enterocolitis Syndrome (FPIES) is a physical condition but it comes with emotional—and relationship—issues too. Interactions with family, friends, and even strangers can get mucky and hard. When communication breaks down and things get tense, it’s easy to assume those on the other side are heartless, ignorant or simply lack empathy, right? Even for … Continue reading Building a Bridge to Understanding: Relationships and FPIES