Thoughts on where food allergy innovation and awareness need to head – to truly transform the lives of parents.
Dr. James Baker considers: how to truly make a difference in the lives of those with food allergies.
There have been some positive changes on auto-injector choice and cost, but FARE sees more yet to be done.
Anxiety and phobias are consuming too many food allergy patients. It’s time to get serious about psychological needs.
In 2016, we saw research highs, the lows of controversy, plus a silver lining of empathy and awareness.
It may be frustrating to change direction on introducing peanut to children, but here’s why it is the right course.
Why FARE (Food Allergy Research & Education) thinks desensitization is a vital food allergy therapy on the path toward finding tolerance.
From new research efforts to an airline bill, the past year’s work is sowing hope for the future.