Children can learn about food allergies with interactive app

A new smartphone and tablet application aims to educate children about food allergies and teach them ways to cope with the condition. The BugaBees: Friends with Food Allergies app, based on Amy Recob's book series, features characters that are allergic to the eight most common allergenic foods, including peanuts and milk. The tool also lets children pick safe, healthy food for the BugaBees.

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