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Living With Allergies

living with allergiesHere are some organizations that are doing great work and providing information on how to live with allergies of all kinds.

90+ Allergy Statistics (Infographic)

An INFOGRAPHIC creatively illustrating and clearly defining the world of allergies. Produced by Hristina Nikolovsha and Mira Rakicevic.

Allergic Child

With over 17 years of experience of dealing with all aspects of food allergies, we are your premier resource for managing food allergies. We truly understand what it takes to live with food allergies and how it affects everyday life. We understand the challenges of being with family, in school, and in all aspects of life. We can help your child be included and stay safe with food allergies.

Allergy Emergency Kit Inc

Emergency epinephrine cabinet designed especially for school lunch rooms and hallways.


Bringing food allergy awareness to your community and food allergy teaching tools to help you train others.


How to C.A.R.E.™ for Students with Food Allergies online Anaphylaxis Readiness Course has been developed in partnership with leading food allergy organizations and health care professionals to improve the quality of education of school personnel.

Allergy Ready is an important source of allergy and anaphylaxis information on the internet and is directly affiliated with FAAN and FAI.


The purpose of this site is to share and disseminate information and provide support. We believe that all information about our own and our children's allergies should be shared freely.  

Allergy Support is an organization of parents and individuals offering education and advocacy solutions.

Anaphylaxis on Alpha Online

They are dedicated to helping people find solutions for medical problems. Alpha Online is also a popular medical information search engine Web site.

Annie LeGere Foundation

Our Mission: To decrease the negative impact of food allergies through public policy, awareness, and direct support to communities and individuals through our program of Action-Awareness-Assistance.

Asthma Allergies Children dot com

AsthmaAllergiesChildren.com is a website devoted to ideas that are within the guidelines set by accredited medical authorities for treatment of asthma and allergies. We will not provide a platform for theories or approaches that do not meet the standards our physicians use in their clinical practice.

Bad Food Recall

Bad Food Recall is a comprehensive resource to Stay up-to-date on the latest news related to the foods you and your family purchase.

Center for Community Health - University of Rochester Medical Center

As a major health care information provider in the Rochester, NY area, the Center for Community Health's programs and services are designed to help people live healthier lives.

Clean Out The Pantry

Help for people and families with food allergies.
For support groups in the Buffalo area, please see this Web site.

CLIC-On-Health Rochester NY Metro Area

Use CLIC-on-HEALTH for access to information and websites that provide reliable, up to date, unbiased healthcare information. CLIC-on-Health is a collaboration of hospital, public and school libraries in the Rochester, New York region.

CLIC-on-Health is a major health care information provider in the Rochester, NY area.

Educating for Food Allergies LLC

This important and comprehensive book presents straightforward information and recommendations for managing food allergies at school.
Knowledge + Support = Success!

Epi for Dilly

Dillon was an 18 year old fun-loving, energetic, passionate young man who got stung by a bee and died of a fatal allergic reaction.

EpiNOW Web Site Brandon Wilson

EpiNOW, a wall-mounted Allergy Emergency Kit which puts Benadryl and Epinephrine in a secure, conspicuous and 24/7/365 accessible place - appropriate for anywhere where an anaphylactic allergic reaction could happen - especially school lunch rooms (nuts), gym class (bee stings) and seafood restaurants (shellfish).

FACTS Food Allergies: Coping, Teaching, Supporting

The food allergy support group, FACTS, was started in March 2003 in Rochester, New York by Joy Leinenbach and Sandy Eckdahl. They are two mothers who were coping with food allergic children and knew that there were other families out there who were feeling the same things they were. Their goal was to create a group where families could give and receive encouragement, coping strategies, and food allergy information as well as educate the community (i.e. schools, day cares, restaurants, summer camps) about food allergies.

FACTS is an important support group for families afflicted with food allergies located in the Rochester area.

Faith Friendly World

This all started with a little girl named Faith, who has severe food and skin allergies and has grown to be an organization of parents and individuals offering education and advocacy solutions.

Food Allergy & Anaphylaxis Connection Team

Whether you are newly diagnosed or a long-time member of the allergy community, FAACT is your home for education, advocacy, and connections with other parents and adults affected by food allergies and life-threatening anaphylaxis.

Food Allergy Food Labels

Print allergy food labels, posters and more to use as stickers, classroom door posters, school and lunch bag tags, and allergy aware notices; seasonal food allergy printable labels for all year round.

Food Allergy Research and Education

FARE is now the most trusted source of information, programs, and resources related to food allergy and anaphylaxis. Its membership now stands at approximately 25,000 worldwide and includes fam ...

Food Allergy Tips for Parents and Children

For children living with severe food allergies — and for their parents — every meal and snack becomes a high-risk event....

Food-Allergy.org - Help and Hope

How to survive multiple food allergies and eventually thrive again. This website contains suggestions for how to manage food allergies as wellness information on Crohn's disease and inflammatory bowel disease.

FoodAllergyNY (FANY): Welcome!

We are a support group for families with food allergies in the New York Metropolitan area and beyond. We are not a professional or medical organization, and do not provide medical advice; please see our disclaimer for more information. Our mission is to provide our community with support and education through meetings, events, advocacy and other resources.

Greater Buffalo Food Allergy Alliance

Greater Buffalo Food Allergy Alliance (GBFAA) was started by five mothers of food allergic children looking to find support and information while helping to inform others about food allergies in the Greater Buffalo area (primarily Erie and Niagara Counties). GBFAA is open to anyone wishing to learn more about food allergies and is a registered support group with the Food Allergy and Anayphylaxis Network (FAAN).

This is an important support group for families afflicted with food allergies located in the Buffalo, NY area.

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