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The occasion? The kids are headed BACK-to-SCHOOL!
Do you have questions or concerns? Have any tips to share? Looking for back-to-school ideas?
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My new book, A Little Bit CAN Hurt: The Shocking Truth about Food Allergies – Why We Should Care, What We Can Do, provides insight into living with food allergies.
Consider giving a copy to your child’s school nurse, teacher, principal or library.
The book is available on Amazon.com.
By purchasing the book, you are helping to raise awareness about food allergies and create a safer environment for those with food allergies. It is my hope and goal to make Amazon’s Bestseller List to bring more attention to this important subject.
So buy a copy for yourself and others in your Food Allergy Circle (family, friends, caregivers, school personnel and doctors). Donate a copy to your local library. Spread the word!
Ways to support A Little Bit Can Hurt
• Purchase copies on Amazon.com at http://buff.ly/11kzYJB
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• Write a comment on Amazon.com at http://buff.ly/11kzYJB
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ABOUT THE BOOK
A Little Bit Can Hurt: The Shocking Truth about Food Allergies – Why We Should Care, What We Can Do underscores the dual message that food allergies are life threatening but also manageable. Easy to read, compelling and abundantly informative, this book will be indispensable to parents, extended family, physicians, school personnel and anyone who knows and cares for a food-allergic child or adult.
ABOUT THE AUTHOR
Donna DeCosta, MD is the married mother of two sons with life-threatening food allergies. Although a radiologist by profession, Donna is passionate about sharing her personal experiences and educating others about food allergies. Through her blog, book and social networking, Donna desires to support food-allergic individuals as well as the family members, friends, teachers, caregivers and other people in their Food Allergy Circle, a term which she has coined. She is deeply committed to promoting food allergy awareness and understanding.
Thanks again for your continued support!