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Study: Intestinal Bacteria from Healthy Infants Prevent Food Allergy

Gut Microbiome
Study shows how gut bacteria from infants could prevent food allergy.
Weatherford TX ISD Board of Trustees

ACAAI: Texas School District Risks Children’s Lives by Using Benadryl Instead...

The ACAAI joins us in speaking out against the dangerous policy adopted by the school district.
Teva Auto-Injectors

Teva Launches Site for Generic EpiPen Equivalent

Find out how to use the newest entrant into the epinephrine auto-injector market.
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Safe Snack Guide

Safe Snack Guide

Interactive list of allergy-friendly products to help keep allergens out of the classroom and the home.

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Emerging Therapies

Vedanta Immunomodulator

Company Developing Microbiome-Derived Food Allergy Therapy Raises $27 Million

Product candidate being developed may safely induce permanent tolerance to food allergens.
AR101

Aimmune Submits FDA Application to Offer AR101 for the Treatment of...

“We have requested FDA Priority Review and look forward to working with the agency to bring what could be the first approved treatment in food allergy to patients as quickly as possible.”
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Parenting Strategies

Baby in Diaper

Study: Diaper Dermatitis Lasting Longer Than 1 Month May Indicate Food...

A retrospective chart review was conducted of pediatric patients with a diagnosis of persistent diaper dermatitis between August 2015 and November 2017.
Take 2 Bethenny

Honoring Bethenny With Her Own Take 2 Campaign Flyer

Bethenny Frankel is fine after suffering a near-fatal bout of anaphylaxis and we are celebrating!

Labeling Insights

The Board

When a Manufacturer Says ‘Trust Us’ Regarding Allergens

They're not REQUIRED to disclose the possibility of cross-contact with allergens. Should you trust them to?

That Allergen-Free Symbol: What It Really Means to the Consumer

Q: The symbol must mean it's safe for people with allergies to that ingredient, right? A: Not necessarily.
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SnackSafely.com Partner Manufacturers

Our growing partnership of companies that go beyond the FDA's requirements for allergen disclosure.

Tools for Schools

Tools for Schools

Everything a teacher, school nurse, principal or PTA organization needs to implement a successful classroom allergen-exclusion policy.

Allergence

We Partner with 90+ Companies to Bring You Full Disclosure

Allergence is a free service designed specifically for families coping with food allergies and celiac disease.

Take 2 Campaign

Did You Remind Your Teen to Take 2?

Let's end the constant stream of headlines that bring us news of yet another preventable tragedy!
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