Post Profile






Spotlight: ContentChecked Makes Apps for People with Food Allergies

ContentChecked started with a food allergy app. Learn more about the business, its founding and its future, in this week's Spotlight.
read more

share

Related Posts


Smartphone Apps Offer Few Shortcuts For Those With Food Allergies

Lifestyle / Food & Drink : Bay Area Bites

Plenty of apps promise to make life easier for people with life-threatening allergies to nuts and other foods. One scientist even invented a smartphone-based lab to detect potential allergens. But asking "Does that have nuts in it?"...

U-M Food Allergy Center to Be Named After National Food Allergy Advocate Mary H. Weiser

Health : Newswise Medical News

The U-M Food Allergy Center will now be named the Mary H. Weiser Food Allergy Center and the Weiser family is also making significant financial commitments to the U-M Food Allergy Center.

Growing Up As The Boy with Life Threatening Food Allergies: Entertainer Kyle Dine

Society & Culture / Men's Interest : The Good Men Project

Food allergy entertainer and educator Kyle Dine shows us how his boyhood health challenge is now a platform for growth, learning and fun. The post Growing Up As The Boy with Life Threatening Food Allergies: Entertainer Kyle Dine app...

BugaBees app teaches children about food allergies

Health : The Checkup

Being the only kid in class with an allergy can feel in­cred­ibly lonely. A smartphone and tablet app offers help by introducing such kids to virtual friends who can relate. “Food allergies are never fun, but best friends always are...

These Translated Allergy Cards Make Your Food Allergies Known Wherever You Travel 

Lifestyle / Productivity : Lifehacker

If you have dietary restrictions, eating at restaurants in another country when you can’t speak the language can be a difficult or sometimes even life-threatening ordeal. Pocket-size, translated cards to show the restaurant staff ca...

Comments


Copyright © 2016 Regator, LLC