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Join TV Personality Holly Robinson Peete of CBS’s The Talk For a Live Video Webinar About Managing Food Allergies at Gatherings Like Super Bowl Parties

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Join TV personality Holly Robinson Peete of CBS’s The Talk (who is married to former NFL quarterback Rodney Peete and has four kids with food allergies) for a live video webinar about managing food allergies at gatherings like Super Bowl parties.

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Food Allergies In Children

Super Bowl Sunday (which is just around the corner) is the second biggest eating day of the year after Thanksgiving, and according to a recent Nielsen survey, nine out of 10 people say they will be attending a Super Bowl viewing party this year.  Since severe allergic reactions to food send 90,000 people to the emergency room annually, it’s important to arm yourself with knowledge on how to handle potential food allergy dangers!

When: Tuesday, Feb. 1, at 5 p.m. ET (2 p.m. PT)

Where: Click this link to get to the webinar, where you will be able to watch Holly via live video feed: http://agencyroad.na4.acrobat.com/allergyfriendlysuperbowl/

Image Credit:  LaModestia


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  1. As a parent of a child with food allergies, I know how important this is. I just dread large gatherings where food is involved, because my precocious three year old has never met a stranger, and people are always trying to give him food. I can’t tell you how many tears I’ve seen over the statement, “You may not have that, Mommy can’t read the label.”
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