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Living With Food Allergies

Children With Food Allergies

When your child develops a food allergy, everyone in the family must learn to adapt. FARE has information and resources that will help you to stay safe and live well—today and every day.

Food Allergies in Early Childhood

Navigate the unique challenge of younger children with food allergies. 


Getting Started at K-12 School

Help your child join the millions of children with food allergy who attend school safely every day.

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Keeping Safe at Home

By changing how you shop, cook and clean, you can sit down to meals that are safe for family members with food allergies.

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Dining Out

Enjoying restaurant meals with friends and family doesn’t have to be off limits just because your child has a food allergy. 

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Traveling With Children

When you're traveling with a child with food allergies, planning ahead is key to making your trip safe and enjoyable.

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Food Allergy 101

If you are new to food allergies, you can start here with the basics of understanding the condition, as well as how to prevent and treat reactions.

More for Children With Food Allergies

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When your baby is diagnosed with food allergies, it is life-changing.

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Talking to Children About Their Food Allergy

Through clear communication, you can help your child understand what it means to have a food allergy and how to stay safe.

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How a Child Might Describe a Reaction

Children have unique ways of describing their experiences and perceptions, and allergic reactions are no exception. Precious time can be lost when adults don't understand what a child is telling them.

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Heading to Camp

Whether your child attends a day or residential camp, a sports or travel camp - staff, physicians, parents and campers themselves must work together to minimize the risk of food allergen exposure.

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How to Read a Food Label

The only way to prevent a food-allergy reaction is to avoid the problem food. But you can’t know whether a food contains an allergen simply by looking at it.

Take Care of Yourself

Taking Care of Yourself

Sometimes, it can seem like life is all about having a food allergy. Here are tips to help you take care of yourself and your relationships.

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