Photo © 2014 Camp Fire Green Country Here is a brief summary of gluten-free-accommodating camps in the United States and Canada…
FACS class, which we called home economics or home ec back in the day, can be nerve-wracking for parents of gluten-free children. Learn how to make it educational, fun and safe for your student.
The fun and excitement of a good old-fashioned sleepover never seems to go out of style. Between staying up late,…
Somehow the time has flown, and Emma, my 16-year-old daughter with celiac disease, is starting to date. My husband and…
Boston Children’s Hospital has produced short videos addressing the most common concerns of kids and families with celiac disease.
Testing is the place to start if your child is showing symptoms of celiac disease. Here’s what you can expect.
There are ways to continue to enjoy decorating cookies, building gingerbread houses and other food related activities while preventing gluten from ruining the fun.
The introduction of gluten into the diet and breast feeding were thought to influence the development of childhood celiac disease. But genetics are the key.
Spring and early summer is the time for parents to investigate a gluten-free school lunch menu for the new school year in the fall.
MasterChef Junior contestant Mia Wurster talks about her time on the show and gives advice for gluten free kids who want to cook for their families.