FARE Kids Who Care

A Teen’s Tips for Thriving in High School

Guest post by Teen Advisory Group member Anesha Santhanam Hey y’all! What’s up? My name is Anesha, I’m 15 years old, and I’m going into 10th grade. Just like many of my fellow teenagers, the jump into high school was something I definitely had to adapt to. Not only did I have to balance my… Continue reading A Teen’s Tips for Thriving in High School

School Resources

10 Essential Free Resources for Back to School

The back-to-school season is a busy time for all parents, but especially for parents of children with food allergies. Thankfully, there are many resources online to help parents prepare for a new school year for their children with food allergies. Sifting through the many resources available, however, can be overwhelming. We’ve created this list of… Continue reading 10 Essential Free Resources for Back to School

Food Allergy Awareness · Food Allergy Fundraising Champions

Why We Walk

Every person who walks in FARE’s Food Allergy Heroes Walk has a story and a reason for walking. Here are just a few of the reasons volunteers around the country take part in Food Allergy Heroes Walks: “We walk to spread awareness of food allergies and to raise money for research. Food allergies have affected… Continue reading Why We Walk

FARE Events · FARE News

FARE’s Food Allergy Heroes Walk Takes Flight This Weekend

Events across the country will raise funds to advance research, education and advocacy initiatives Everyday heroes in the lives of the millions of Americans affected by potentially life-threatening food allergies will be celebrated across the country this fall as Food Allergy Research & Education (FARE) enters its annual walk season with FARE’s Food Allergy Heroes… Continue reading FARE’s Food Allergy Heroes Walk Takes Flight This Weekend

Food Allergy Research

Scientists Discover Cells That Could Make Allergy Research More Targeted, Improving Our Understanding of How Allergies Develop

Research published today in Science Translational Medicine has shown that immune cells with a distinct protein profile are found in the blood of patients with diverse environmental and food allergies (including peanut, pollen, pet dander and mold) but absent from individuals who do not have allergic conditions. This new finding, from a team of researchers… Continue reading Scientists Discover Cells That Could Make Allergy Research More Targeted, Improving Our Understanding of How Allergies Develop

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Favorite Memories from FARE Teen Summits

Guest post by Carlo Steinman When I was in eighth grade, I went to Washington D.C. with my mother to attend the first Teen Summit. I didn’t know what to expect that first weekend, but what I found was more than I could have ever imagined.  Teen Summit was more than just excellent programs and… Continue reading Favorite Memories from FARE Teen Summits