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Food Allergy

First ‘Stock’ Epinephrine Program for Shopping Malls

Hamilton, Ontario has launched North America’s first-ever stock epinephrine program for shopping malls

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Free Educational Posters for Anaphylaxis Awareness

Three free posters for anaphylaxis awareness.

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Mother’s Day Allergy-Friendly Gift Guide

She gave you life, dried your tears and checked under the bed for monsters. Moms deserve a lot of credit and love for all they do. Mother’s Day falls on Sunday, May 11 this year, and we’ve put together some great allergy-friendly gift ideas that mom is sure to adore.   For the Gardener: Cut flowers are […]

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FARE Launches Dining with Allergies Website

FARE has launched a new allergy-friendly dining website, called SafeFARE. It has a “find a restaurant” feature, chef cards and more.

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Save Your Marriage from Food Allergy Stress

Food allergy stress takes a toll on relationships.

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2 States Progress on Stock Epinephrine at School

Various state legislatures recently made advances in their “stock epinephrine” bills

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Surprising Survey on School Nut Strategies

Parents whose children do not have food allergies are more likely to support school-wide food restrictions

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Food Allergy Events Calendar

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American Idol’s Peanut Allergy Gaffe

American Idol lets singer speak of pranking a peanut-allergic fellow contestant – as a “joke”.

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Those Who Outgrow Food Allergy Can Risk EoE

A small proportion of children who outgrow a food allergy may later develop EoE to that same food

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