Thoughts on where food allergy innovation and awareness need to head – to truly transform the lives of parents.
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Food Allergies: Hot Tips For Kissing Safely
A teen needs to tell a date about allergies. Here’s how to romance, with only the right kind of reaction.
9 Steps to Find Self-Care After Feeling Allergy Burnout
Are you a tired and moody machine of food allergy management? Then stop – and get back your life.
FARE’s Dr. Baker on Getting Serious About Food Allergy Progress
Dr. James Baker considers: how to truly make a difference in the lives of those with food allergies.
How to Resolve Marriage Tensions in a Food Allergy Family
If food allergies are ratcheting up the tension in your marriage, don’t despair. There are ways to find harmony. First… Read more »
FARE’s Dr. Baker on Epinephrine Access: Positive Changes, But More Choice Needed
There have been some positive changes on auto-injector choice and cost, but FARE sees more yet to be done.
Ages and Stages of Food Allergy Management
Help children learn to manage food allergies by knowing when to ask more, and when to step in.
FARE’s Patient-Powered Database Will Be Vital to Food Allergy Research
I am often asked why so many studies on food allergies fail to broadly impact the food allergy community. As… Read more »
FARE’s Dr. Baker: Facing Up to Food Fears
Anxiety and phobias are consuming too many food allergy patients. It’s time to get serious about psychological needs.
Finding New Normal After a Food Allergy Diagnosis
A food allergy diagnosis can lead to stress and fearfulness, but you can loosen its grip on your life. I… Read more »