Food Allergy Tips for Parents and Children

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For children living with severe food allergies — and for their parents — every meal and snack becomes a high-risk event. An allergic reaction is possible every time the ingredients in a bite of food haven’t been thoroughly vetted or if that food has been in close proximity to allergens. The 6 million children in the U.S. with a food allergy need advocates at home and at school who have done their research about food allergies and know what it takes to keep them safe.

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