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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.

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

Teen Advisory Group (TAG) member Emily Sheridan
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How far we've come in 2020, and what comes next in 2021

Courage at Congress

"I wrote this book because I want to increase knowledge and empathy in children, especially elementary-aged kids."

Teen Advisory Group (TAG) member Faith Grumley
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"As gratifying as it is to gratefully accept what your family and friends are offering, your safety outweighs all other concerns of social compliance."

Teen Advisory Group (TAG) member Jack McIntyre
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Meet Sara Trachte, a member of FARE's Board of Governors, and learn a little more about her!

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Find answers to common questions about holiday ingredients and food allergies.


"I peered down into the cup filled with a whole almond, half of a Brazil nut, a cashew, a hazelnut, a peanut, two pistachios, and half of a walnut. They seemed enormous and couldn’t possibly be the right size."

Teen Advisory Group (TAG) member Maddie Waldie
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This year it's easy to focus on the negatives, but here are some improvements we can celebrate.

Teen Advisory Group (TAG) member Sydney Hankin
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