School parties aren’t much fun if you can’t take part! Next time, let everyone join in the fun by having teachers serve safe snacks or go food free.
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.
Parenting coach Gina Clowes shares how family and friends can learn tweak the messaging when trying to show support.
In 2016, we saw research highs, the lows of controversy, plus a silver lining of empathy and awareness.
It’s time to warm up to the idea of experiencing life with food allergies.