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Video: Dr. Stukus on  Food Allergy Therapies, Asthma Inhaler Access
 

Video: Dr. Stukus on
Food Allergy Therapies,
Asthma Inhaler Access


For May Awareness Month, AL's Gwen Smith sits down with allergist Dr. David Stukus to explore exciting progress on food allergy treatments and advances on nasal epinephrine. Of the new biologic treatment and other options for food allergies, Dr. Dave says "it's fantastic" and "things are changing."

They also discuss: managing worsening pollen allergies, climate change, as well as wildfire smoke with asthma. Plus, they end with Dr. Dave's top allergy myth-busters.
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Elijah’s Law in Maryland Hailed; Action Urged in Other States
 

New Elijah's Law Hailed,
Action Urged for 5 States


Elijah's Law just became law in Maryland – now requiring daycares to have protocols to protect young kids with food allergies. The Elijah-Alavi Foundation says there is now "urgent work" on bills in 5 other states. Learn how to help. READ
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Red Sneakers Heads West, Gears Up for May 20

Red Sneakers Heads West, Gears Up for May 20


Two food allergy families have expanded Red Sneakers for Oakley westward, and co-founder Merrill Debbs is impressed by their efforts. Debbs also reflects on what she wished she'd known about epinephrine with her late son. And she shares ambitious goals for May 20 – when millions will wear red for International Red Sneakers Day. READ


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TX Family Launches Lawsuit Over Son's Allergy Targeting

TX Family Launches Lawsuit
Over Son's Allergy Targeting


We've followed closely the case of Carter Mannon, the Texas teen targeted by 2 teammates because of his food allergy. The Mannons have now launched a lawsuit against the school district claiming "the action and inaction" led to discrimination against their son. Learn the latest in a concerning situation. READ


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4 Epi Alternatives Make Progress, Aim for Approval


Boy with Celiac Lobbies to Label All Gluten, Not Only Wheat


Lianne Mandelbaum: The Dark Side of Food Allergy 'Humor'


Nanoparticles Prevented Anaphylactic Reactions in Mice

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It's May Awareness 2024! Our Tool Kit of Resources
 

It's May Awareness 2024!
Our Tool Kit of Resources


May is Awareness Month for food allergy, celiac disease and asthma. And starting May 12, it's Food Allergy Awareness Week. It's a great time to educate others about these conditions.

To help, we've created our Tool Kit of educational resources, which includes everything from posters to articles to nonprofit events. Happy advocating!
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Hunting for the Missing Eczema-Food Allergy Link
 

Hunting for the Missing
Eczema-Food Allergy Link


In the largest study of its kind, University of Michigan researchers have launched an ambitious quest to find the elusive link between eczema and food allergies. The study involves a search of tens of thousands of genes, of immune pathways and environmental factors. They're looking for "the smoking gun." READ

For Mother's Day, Let's Reflect on Kindness
 

For Mother's Day, Let's
Reflect on Kindness


We recently asked: "What's the kindest thing someone did to make your child with allergies feel included?" Followers shared about: the friend who baked with safe ingredients, another's friend who ordered a birthday cake without allergens, the super-attentive teacher and more. Add yours! VIEW

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