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FARE Updates Emergency Action Plan (You Should Too)

FARE has updated their standardized template for development of an Emergency Action Plan.

What We Learned from the Ronak Warty Tragedy

We look back on Ronak's story to see how we might prevent similar occurrences in the future.

Report: How Stock Epinephrine was Used in Illinois Schools

If you had any doubts about the need for stock epinephrine in schools, this report should lay those to rest.

Inspiring Resource: Allergy Moms by Gina Clowes

Parents raising a child with allergies to adulthood as well as families coping with a new diagnosis will find her advice valuable and insightful.

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.

Advisory: Various Keebler® and Austin® Cracker Varieties to be Reformulated with Peanut Flour

Individuals coping with peanut allergy and families concerned with peanut residue should avoid these products.

FARE Update on Pending Airline Legislation

Here is an update on FARE's appeal that we published earlier in the week.

FARE: Action Needed Today on Airline Legislation

Please be sure to call your senator and voice your support for this legislation if your state is listed in this message from FARE.

Study: Poorer Households Have Worse Food Allergy and Asthma Outcomes

Studies find poorer households spend less on specialists, more on ER and hospitalization.

Study: Many Allergists and Pediatricians Failing to Educate Parents on the Use of Epinephrine

Parents rely on their child's doctor to provide the necessary information to keep their child safe. Many doctors aren't doing an adequate job of providing that information.

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