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Meet Priscilla Hernandez, a member of FARE's Board of National Ambassadors, and learn a little more about her!

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Findings from a FARE Investigator may aid the search for food allergy treatments and improved diagnostic tests.

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One teen’s recipe for navigating COVID-19 with food allergies: “A bit of work, a pinch of creativity, and a lot of communication.”

Teen Advisory Group member Blythe Bath
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FARE grants help support group leaders raise awareness and keep food allergy families connected during COVID-19.

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Visually explore the impact food allergy has had on the 11,000+ members of the FARE Patient Registry.


Advocating for your food allergies requires just as much attention in the workplace as it does with family and friends.

Daniel Kadden
Food Allergies as Young Professional

A rising college freshman shares resources and advice for her fellow students as they transition to life on campus or stay home for distance learning this semester.

Teen Advisory Group member Anesha Santhanam
Tips for Incoming College Freshmen

“Your family CAN travel safely (AND HAVE A BLAST!) with food allergies. This comprehensive guide will help make it easier so you can have MORE FUN and LESS STRESS.”

Hillary Carter
Top 10 Travel Tips

"In these uncertain times, the most important consideration with back to school preparation is communication."

Teen Advisory Group member Shaelyn Averaimo
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The pressing question on the mind of all parents right now is how and when will our children safely return to school during COVID-19.

Nicole Ruffo
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