Tag: Food Allergy Research & Education (FARE)

FARE

FARE Announces Key Partnerships to Advance Food Allergy Research

FARE Clinical Network adds Data Coordination Center, Biobank and Biomarker Discovery Center.
Ellen Raffell

Parents of 16-Year-Old Who Died of Anaphylaxis Establish “Ellen’s Gift of...

Ellen's Gift of Hope will support local children who face challenges in life due to health issues, special needs and disabilities.
Dining Out

Study: Food Allergy Reactions in Restaurants are Common and Can be...

Study indicates more caution needs to be exercised on the part of patients and the restaurant industry.
US Senate

US Senate Passes FASTER Act, Brings Mandatory Sesame Labeling One Step...

S 3451 will add sesame as the ninth major allergen and prioritize food allergy research.
Teal GivingTuesday

10 Food Allergy Non-Profits Deserving of Your Support on GivingTuesday

Consider donating to the non-profits in this list that resonate with you.
FARE Courage at Congress

US House of Representatives Unanimously Passes FASTER Act, Represents Significant Milestone...

Bill adds sesame as the ninth major allergen, require the federal government to analyze research opportunities to help develop more effective treatments for food allergy.
Emily Brown

Poor and Minority Children With Food Allergies Overlooked and in Danger

“Black and other minority patients often lack voice and visibility in the health care system. Add the additional burden of an invisible condition and you are in a really vulnerable position.”
Baby

FARE Launches SEED to Study and Promote Early Introduction of Allergenic...

Study will investigate whether feeding multiple allergenic foods to infants can reduce their risk for developing food allergies.
Colored Pumpkin Initiatives

Teal Pumpkin Project’s Success Spawns Blue, Purple Alternatives

Will pumpkin colors representing other disabilities confuse the public?
Back to School During Pandemic

Schools in London Urged to Check Whether They’re Ready for Allergic...

Schools have had a lot to do to prepare for reopening. Are they adequately prepared to accommodate their students with food allergy?