Right now many people are suffering from seasonal allergies, but they might not realize what it means to face an allergy 24/7. It’s good for everyone to know about food allergies because the more people who know, the more people there are to watch out for the kids who face the challenges of food allergies.
In addition to talking to your friends and family about allergies, there are many ways you can get involved to help increase public awareness and raise funds to research a cure.
Click here for a calendar FAAN created for Food Allergy Awareness Week (there are some great ideas on how to get involved).
For local events in your area, check out this site from Kids with Food Allergies to find a local support group.
As always, questions and comments are welcome!
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