Here are some links about traveling with allergies to Italy
- Asthma: Rome or Milan Italy, Europe, and Miami, Florida – "Allergy Climates and Seasons" – by AllergyNurse – Source: AllergyNursing.com
- Food Allergy and Food Sensitivity Alert Cards – by Jill Browne, BellaOnline's Budget Travel Editor – Source: BellaOnline – "The Voice of Women"
- From soap to nuts, allergies can make any trip a challenge – "Severe sensitivity to certain foods -- some are life threatening -- complicates travel, but doesn't rule it out." – by Jane Engle – Printed in the Travel Insider section of the Los Angeles Times on January 7, 2007 – Source: Los Angeles Times
- Controlling Allergies Away From Home – "How to Live With Allergies" – by Linnea Lundgren and Jeff Wald, M.D. – Source: howstuffworks – "it's good to know."
- Traveling with food allergies — and epinephrine – by Jane Engle, Los Angeles Times – Printed in the TRAVEL/OUTDOORS section of The Seattle Times on Friday, January 12, 2007 – Source: The Seattle Times Company
- Food Allergies? Sensitivity? Travel Worry Free! – From James Martin – Source: Europe for Visitors section of About.com
- Passport Health – "Whether you're traveling for business or pleasure, Passport Health will help you prepare for your trip."
- Pollen-related allergy in Italy – Source: PubMed – A service pf the National Library of Medicine and the National Institutes of Health
- Tips for Traveling Abroad – Source: Food Allergy Connection (FAC) – "Your Connection to the World of Food Allergies."
- Tips to Remember: Traveling with allergies and asthma – Source: American Academy of Allergy, Asthma and Immunology (AAAAI)
- Traveling – "Living with Food Allergies" – Source: Food Allergy Initiative (FAI)
- Allergy Translation – "Don't Limit Your Adventure!" – "175 Allergies, 11 Special Diets, 21 Languages"
- Menudata Dietary Card and Electronic Food Translation Service – "Over 30 translation languages" – Source: menudata – "safer dietary solutions" – In English, Finnish
- Select Wisely – "Travel Translation Cards for people with food allergies, sensitivities and dietary restrictions" – Available in multiple languages
- Medical Information for Americans Abroad – Source: Travel.State.gov – "A Service of the Bureau of Consular Affairs" within the U.S. Department of State – "Diplomacy in Action"
- SEE ALSO:
- Info about medical and dental phrases and terminology used in Italy *, dated, February 10. 2010
- Info on dietary/food allergy translation cards for Italy *, dated Friday, August 10, 2007
- Info on being gluten-free in Italy , dated Tuesday, May 29, 2007
- Info about Food Allergies and Dietary Restrictions in Italy *, dated Wednesday, May 31, 2006
- Info on Travelers' Health in Italy and Europe *, dated Thursday, December 01, 2005
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That's it for Friday, 26 January 2007: venerdì, 26 gennaio 2007.
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