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Caring for your child with food allergies can feel overwhelming. Here are some useful strategies for taking care of yourself as well.

Paige Freeman, PhD
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Meet Lauren Soltwisch, a member of FARE’s Rising Leaders Committee, and learn a little more about her!

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If you’re an adult with food allergies, share your stories. I guarantee you’ll find others, just like you.

Felicia Sabartinelli
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To help drive the development of new biologic food allergy therapies, FARE is partnering with, and presenting at, the Next Generation Food Allergy Drug Development Summit.

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Meet Janet Atwater, a member of FARE’s Board of Governors, and learn a little more about her!

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Researchers use data from the FARE Patient Registry to investigate a subset of allergic reactions to food in which symptoms subside for an hour or more and then return.

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Breakfast, barbeque, cake and a car wash make for a festive family celebration on Father’s Day.

Teen Advisory Group (TAG) member Serina Menon
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Dads of children with food allergy experience added concerns and stress, but there are helpful ways to cope.

Paige Freeman, PhD
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In this unique, new book, a team of experts provides tips, tools and strategies for children with food allergies to help them identify bullying, handle challenging situations and build confidence.

Abigail Glick, MD
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"It’s telling when a pandemic doesn’t even cross your mind as you rush to the ER."

Shilpa Noronha
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