Blog Entries - 'Allergy-awareness'
Food Allergy Bloggers Conference: When What Happens In Vegas Must Not Stay In Vegas!
There’s the brilliant Las Vegas marketing slogan, “What Happens in Vegas Must Stay In Vegas!” and then there’s the Food Allergy Bloggers Conference. What we learned, the encouragement that
Dating with Food Allergies
By Natascia Simone, FAACT College/Young Adult Council Member How many of you (or your teens) are afraid to talk about food allergies with a person you just started dating? I think almost everyone is raising their hand
FAACT CEO Excited To Share Our Food Allergy Conferences with YOU!
FAACT’s upcoming Food Allergy Conferences provide a full day of educational sessions led by leading medical professionals and food allergy advocates. Each conference offers education and support for parents,
Traveling with Food Allergies
by Natascia Simone, FAACT Youth/College Advisory Member Hello everyone. It has been a while since I have posted a blog, but that’s because I was out of the country for almost two months! What a rewarding
FAACT is Proud to Introduce AllergyHome: Food Allergy and Anaphylaxis Awareness and Education Resources for the Entire S
by Michael Pistiner MD, MMSc When our children get on the bus or get dropped of for school we rely on our school communities to care for their safety and self esteems. Managing food allergies and anaphylaxis in
Vacationing WITHOUT your Food-Allergic Kids? Basic tips can make this possibility a reality!
By Guest Blogger, Daniella Knell, Smart Allergy~Friendly Education (SAFE) Vacationing with food-allergic kids can be challenging; at times, daunting. However, can you imagine going without them? Trusting
Dining Out with Food Allergies
by Natascia Simone, FAACT College/Young Adult Council Member Food Allergy Awareness Week was a great success! I posted flyers all around my town in different restaurants and schools. I also was given the opportunity
5 Reasons to Join a Food Allergy Support Group
by Rachel Hayden, FAACT-recognized Support Group Leader / No Nuts Moms Group Food allergies can be extremely overwhelming. I haven’t met anyone with close ties to food allergies who could honestly say that it
Patient Advocacy Groups Unite in Support of Those with Rare Eosinophil-Associated Diseases
New Coalition Launches during National Eosinophil Awareness Week (Atlanta, GA) -- To support patients of eosinophil-associated diseases and to advance key issues of importance to this population, patient advocacy
Living With Food Allergies - Food Allergy Awareness Week!
by Natascia Simone, FAACT College/Young Adult Council Member In celebration of “Food Allergy Awareness Week,” I am introducing my new blog and promoting FAAW in my community. My name is Natascia Simone,