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At AllergyHome, we are part of a community striving to keep our kids with food allergies strong, safe, and healthy.
We know the challenges that come with managing pediatric food allergies and life-threatening anaphylaxis.

Sharing expert-guided knowledge, experiences, and tools, you can be assured that AllergyHome’s resources can assist you in protecting and empowering your children and community living with food allergies.

From the comprehensive Living Confidently with Food Allergy handbook to the school staff training module to food allergy case studies, AllergyHome is here to support you.

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Dear New England Food Allergy Community,
We are excited to invite high school age teens and their parents to join us at the "Food Allergy Conference for High School Students and their Parents: An Afternoon of Fun, Facts and Friends". This conference is an exciting collaboration between MassGeneral Hospital for Children, Boston Children's Hospital Food Allergy Program and Food Allergy Research & Education. For details and registration visit the Eventbrite link: www.eventbrite.com/e/food-allergy-conference-for-high-school-students-and-their-parents-an-aftern...Dear New England Food Allergy Community,
We are excited to invite high school age teens and their parents to join us at the "Food Allergy Conference for High School Students and their Parents: An Afternoon of Fun, Facts and Friends". This conference is an exciting collaboration between MassGeneral Hospital for Children, Boston Children's Hospital Food Allergy Program and Food Allergy Research & Education. For details and registration visit the Eventbrite link:
www.eventbrite.com/e/food-allergy-conference-for-high-school-students-and-their-parents-an-aftern...
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6 months ago  ·  

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MA #FoodAllergy Advocates,
S228, An Act to Establish Food Allergy Plans, moved to the Senate Ways and Means Committee! Let's rally behind it and keep this bill moving forward!Dear MGHfC Food Allergy Community,

We are excited to report that S228, An Act to Establish Food Allergy Plans,has moved from the Education Committee to the Senate Ways and Means Committee!

Learn more about this bill and how you can help move it forward! www.dropbox.com/s/40ine206irgwco4/S228%20Post%203_13_18%5B5%5D.pdf?dl=0
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6 months ago  ·  

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Although love is a key ingredient, it also takes training...
Want tips to train others to manage #foodallergies?
Join us for MassGeneral Hospital for Children's #foodallergybootcamp Feb 27th, 6-8pm www.massgeneral.org/children/news/event.aspx?id=3326. Brought to you by the Food Allergy Advocacy, Education and Prevention Program giving.massgeneral.org/food-allergy-advocacy/
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7 months ago  ·  

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Halloween tips!baystateparent Magazine and Allergy & Asthma NetworkHalloween treats don’t have to be tricky business for parents of children with food allergies. Michael Pistiner, director of Food Allergy Advocacy, Education and Prevention at the Food Allergy Center at MGH shares simple steps with baystateparent Magazine that parents can use to eliminate the trick from trick or treat.

www.baystateparent.com/2017/09/25/tips-for-avoiding-halloween-allergy-scares/
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11 months ago  ·  

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