The insights and perspectives of people living with food allergy, which are collected in this Voice of the Patient Report, can help guide the U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) in partnership with biopharmaceutical companies to evaluate and develop critical new therapies and improved policies that are desperately needed by this community.
We have all been through a lot in the past couple of years and deserve a little fun this Halloween! Here are some ideas to make halloween candy more accessible for everyone.
In food allergy, we sometimes forget to think of food in a positive sense; that food can actually make you feel better. Food is medicine for food allergies.
Medicine was traditionally viewed as a drug, but we are understanding more that healthy food is medicine and should be made more accessible.
the undersigned members of the Food Allergy Collaborative appreciate the opportunity to submit the following comments toward the fall 2022 White House Conference on Hunger, Nutrition, and Health.
Alpha-gal syndrome (AGS) is an allergic reaction to red meat and other mammal products (such as milk products or gelatin).
Food Allergy Awareness Week is this week and food allergy advocates are using the week to shine visibility on and educate others about this potentially life-threatening medical condition.
Korean Convenience helps people with food allergies, and dietary restrictions find ready-made Korean food easier.
Elijah’s Law, the first of its kind in the United States, requires all daycare programs and public schools to implement guidelines to prevent, recognize, and respond to anaphylactic reactions.
Trying new ingredients is hard enough as it is, but with food allergies it can be even more difficult. We may feel scared or nervous, but taking it slow with methods like OIT (oral immunotherapy) can be very rewarding. You win some and you lose some, but you cannot give up! Trying cassava through OIT…