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An Inspiring Food Allergy Resource: The No Nut Traveler by Lianne Mandelbaum

A compendium of articles regarding airline policies related to food allergies. Before you book that next flight, check out the site.

Study: Children with Food-Triggered Eczema At Risk for Life Threatening Food Allergy

Elimination of the trigger foods often resulted in an *increase* in immediate food reactions.

Study: Emergency Room Visits Due to Anaphylaxis Double in 4 Year Span

The vast majority of anaphylaxis cases were triggered by food, principally peanuts and tree nuts.

Australia: Risk of Anaphylaxis Soars But Auto-Injector Use Remains Stable

The highest rates occur in children four years-old and younger, but the greatest increase occurred in ages of 5–14.

What We Learned from the Javier Avina Tragedy

A 10 year old boy from London Ontario passed due to food allergy, asthma, or both. We look at ways to prevent such tragedies from happening again.

No Bones About It: New Take 2 Campaign Flyer!

Download all six flyers from our Take 2 Campaign and post them in your home, school and office.

Mylan and Disney Announce Free Online Storybook About Anaphylaxis

Scout's story covers many topics of importance to children and families coping with food allergies.

Sanofi Abandons Auvi-Q, Allerject

Whether the product will ever be reintroduced remains to be seen.

Fire Fighters Denied Ability to Carry Epinephrine Spark Nationwide Response

Some fire fighters are not permitted to carry and administer life-saving epinephrine despite legislation allowing teachers to do so.

Listen: SnackSafely.com CEO Dave Bloom on WPG Talk Radio’s “Middays with Michelle Show”

A half hour segment devoted entirely to issues of relevance to families coping with food allergies.

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