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Our Blog covers recent, relevant and helpful health and healthcare news

EMA Care Blog

Our Blog covers recent, relevant and helpful health and healthcare news

Dr. Eliana Aaron, the founder and director of EMA Care and its subsidiary Food Allergy Concierge, is interviewed by Naomi Nachman of Table for 2. Their discussion covers all things food allergies, including accomodations and guidelines for gap year students with food allergies.  Click here to listen to the full radio interview.  

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13 November 2019
Donating BloodDonating blood is an amazing thing. According to the Red Cross, one donation of blood can save three lives. Blood donation is safe for healthy adults. There’s no risk of contracting the disease. New, sterile equipment is used for each d...
07 November 2019
Sties among studentsA sty is a red lump near the edge of the eyelid that is an accumulation of bacteria in your oil gland. Sties can cause pain or itchy feeling around the eye, swollen eyelids, eye pus or tearing, and redness around the eye. Sties ar...
31 October 2019
A new treatment for celiac:Celiac disease is an immune disease in which people can't eat gluten because it will damage their small intestine. About 1 in 100 people suffer from Celiac disease (1% of the world). The only way to avoid inflammation is to...

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13 November 2019
Donating BloodDonating blood is an amazing thing. According to the Red Cross, one donation of blood can save three lives. Blood donation is safe for healthy adults. There’s no risk of contracting the disease. New, sterile equipment is used for each d...
07 November 2019
Sties among studentsA sty is a red lump near the edge of the eyelid that is an accumulation of bacteria in your oil gland. Sties can cause pain or itchy feeling around the eye, swollen eyelids, eye pus or tearing, and redness around the eye. Sties ar...
31 October 2019
A new treatment for celiac:Celiac disease is an immune disease in which people can't eat gluten because it will damage their small intestine. About 1 in 100 people suffer from Celiac disease (1% of the world). The only way to avoid inflammation is to...