Looking for facts on life-threatening allergies or want to learn more about anaphylaxis? Here is a place to get information on things like peanut and shellfish allergies, and downloadable tools and tips.
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FARE is a national nonprofit dedicated to working on behalf of the 15 million Americans with food allergies. FARE's wide-ranging and evidence-based education resources and advocacy initiatives support individuals with food allergies at every stage in their food allergy journey. Go to site
Get tips on managing food allergies at the work place or while dining out at FAACT, a site that provides access to educational and advocacy resources. Go to site
This organization is dedicated to improving “the day-to-day lives of families raising children with food allergies and empowering them to create a safe and healthy future for their children,” and offers free tools, educational materials, webinars, videos, and more. Go to site
The Allergy & Asthma Network is a nonprofit organization dedicated to providing easy-to-understand, practical resources for parents and caregivers to help manage their child’s symptoms at home or at school. Go to site
An organization of allergists/immunologists and other allied medical specialists across 72 countries, AAAAI is dedicated to advancing the knowledge and practice of allergy, asthma and immunology for optimal patient care. Go to site
ACAAI, or the College, is composed of national and international allergists/immunologists, united by a desire to continually improve patient care, education, advocacy, and research. Go to site
This national non-profit was originally formed by a group of healthcare professionals who acquired a latex allergy and today, provides information and support for those diagnosed with a latex allergy. Go to site
At risk for anaphylaxis or caring for someone who is? Download these AUVI-Q resources below, and check back often.
Learning to avoid allergens can be difficult. These around the house reminders are visual aids that can be cut and placed on the fridge or in different rooms as allergen reminders. Download PDF