Holidays

2016 Gifts that Give Back

By purchasing one of these gifts that give back, you can help make a difference for the food allergy community. A portion of proceeds from some of these items is donated to FARE, so your purchase will help advance important food allergy education, research, advocacy and awareness programs! Below are messages from our sponsors. Please… Continue reading 2016 Gifts that Give Back

Webinars

Webinar Recording and Recap: Overcoming Obstacles to Carrying and Using Self-Injectable Epinephrine

The Nov. 30, 2016 webinar, Overcoming Obstacles to Carrying and Using Self-Injectable Epinephrine, featured Dr. Scott Sicherer, the Elliot and Rosyln Jaffe professor of allergy, immunology and pediatrics at the Icahn School of Medicine at Mount Sinai in New York. Dr. Sicherer, who serves as a member of FARE’s Clinical Advisory Board, kicked off his… Continue reading Webinar Recording and Recap: Overcoming Obstacles to Carrying and Using Self-Injectable Epinephrine

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2016 FARE Holiday Giving Guide

Shop for a cause this season with FARE! From apparel to cookbooks to awareness materials, there’s something for everyone on your list. Plus, when you shop with FARE, all proceeds support FARE’s research efforts. Be A PAL Holiday Cards Check holiday cards off your list with a special message featuring FARE’s Be A PAL kids.… Continue reading 2016 FARE Holiday Giving Guide

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Why I Give to FARE

It’s been a great year here at FARE, but so much of our success has come from YOU. We are incredibly thankful for the support we’ve received throughout 2016 from individuals and families who have helped FARE continue to redefine the future for the 15 million Americans living with food allergies. We work hard to ensure that… Continue reading Why I Give to FARE

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Food Allergy Research & Education Joins with National Academies of Sciences, Engineering and Medicine in Call for Sweeping Changes to Improve Health, Quality of Life of Individuals With Food Allergies

First-of-its-kind report shows need for greater food allergy resources and education in the United States, calls for close attention from public and private sectors to find effective treatments and keep food allergy community safe. The National Academies of Sciences, Engineering and Medicine today released findings and recommendations from a committee study examining the many fundamental… Continue reading Food Allergy Research & Education Joins with National Academies of Sciences, Engineering and Medicine in Call for Sweeping Changes to Improve Health, Quality of Life of Individuals With Food Allergies

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Guest Post: We Are the Unique Carrots

On Nov. 11-13, we hosted the 11th Annual FARE Teen Summit in Milwaukee. We invited attorney Mary Vargas, 11-year-old Mason Wicks-Lim and 13-year-old Sam Picone-Louro to speak about their case. Their session received a standing ovation from attendees, and we asked Mary to write about her experience for the FARE blog. Special thanks to Ali Wicks-Lim… Continue reading Guest Post: We Are the Unique Carrots

Holidays

Tips for a Safe Thanksgiving with Food Allergies

Thanksgiving is just days away, and while for many that means a day around the dining room table with friends and family giving thanks while devouring on rolls, turkey, cranberry sauce and stuffing, this meal-focused holiday can be challenging for those with food allergies. Don’t let this time of year intimidate you, though! Even though… Continue reading Tips for a Safe Thanksgiving with Food Allergies