Tag: Dr Ruchi Gupta

Woman Reading Label

New Research Shows 1-in-4 American Consumers Do Not Purchase Products Containing...

"Our research confirms the food allergy community is vast – extending beyond an individual to entire households, and they face unique and costly challenges as they take steps to protect the health and safety of their families."
Baby's First

FARE Launches Baby’s First: Reduce the Risk of Food Allergies

New Online Hub Dedicated to Raising Awareness and Educating New Parents on the Benefits of Early Introduction.
Peanuts

Among Those Surveyed, One in Seven Peanut Allergic Adults First Developed...

Prevalence study examining peanut allergy characteristics in adults was scheduled to be presented at the 2020 AAAAI Annual Meeting.
Anxious Woman

Allergists Encourage Parents of Food Allergic Kids to Recognize Their Own...

"Children take cues from their parents, and their level of anxiety often reflects their parents’ level of anxiety..."
FARE Data Commons

FARE Expands Partnership with Northwestern University, Announces Data Commons

FARE Data Commons to connect food allergy stakeholders and researchers around the globe
PSA

Watch: 'Spell it Out', A New Public Service Announcement About Food...

PSA Stars Teen Actors Mace Coronel and Laya Hayes and Real Students with Food Allergies.
FABlogCon Panel Discussion

Food Allergy Community to Gather for Networking, Training, and Support in...

Multiple Tracks Available for Service Industry Professionals, Influencers, and Consumers
Sesame Seeds

Sesame Now the Ninth Most Common Food Allergy in the US

Sesame allergy reactions often severe and increasingly prevalent, says research from the 2019 AAAAI Annual Meeting.
Allergens

One in 10 Adults in US Has a Food Allergy, But...

Nearly half of food-allergic adults developed at least one of their food allergies as an adult.
Lurie Graph

Prevalence of Food Allergy and Access to Epinephrine for Children in...

In this nationally representative household survey, parents were asked about their children’s food allergies, health care, and possession of an epinephrine auto-injector.