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In a new children’s book, a food allergy support group leader shares how younger children, parents and caregivers can identify signs of food allergy anxiety and learn how to manage these challenging feelings.

Nicole Ondatje
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Meet Dr. Kaye W. Cole, a member of FARE’s Board of National Ambassadors, and learn a little more about her!

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"It’s important to find someone who takes your food allergies just as seriously as you do."

Kendra Chapman
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“People who are deserving of your time and love will want to ensure your safety.”

Teen Advisory Group member Alexa Jordan, @alexa.jordan
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After having an anaphylactic reaction to the flu vaccine many years ago, I would be lying if I said I had zero concerns.

Melissa Engel
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Meet Julie Karish, a member of FARE's Board of National Ambassadors, and learn a little more about her!

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“Being friends with other kids who have allergies brought me more comfort and sense of community than I could have ever imagined.”

Teen Advisory Group (TAG) member Cate Weiser
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Reactions in restaurants are common. Restaurant training and patient education are needed to reduce the risk.

Dining Out family

Here are five resolutions you can make that will help you in your food allergy journey.

Teen Advisory Group (TAG) member Emily Sheridan
Emily Sheridan

How far we've come in 2020, and what comes next in 2021

Courage at Congress

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