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#1in13 US Children Has a Food Allergy - Including Mine

Kids with food allergies need to be careful about what they eat and touch. Foods that seem “safe” can have hidden allergens and cause a reaction. With careful planning, a parent can make sure their child has safe food to eat. They also need to be prepared to treat an allergic reaction with a medicine called epinephrine, which comes in a device called an auto-injector. After using their epinephrine auto-injector, they need to call 911 and go to the hospital. Learn more about why food allergies are a big deal: kidswithfoodallergies.org/page/whats-the-big-deal-about-food-allergies.aspx 

 

It's Food Allergy Awareness Week! Help us spread the word by sharing our infographics about food allergies. Use the social sharing buttons to left (if you are on desktop or laptop computer) or on the bottom (if you are on a mobile device).

 

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Kids With Food Allergies (KFA) is a division of the Asthma and Allergy Foundation of America (AAFA). AAFA is the largest and oldest nonprofit patient organization dedicated to asthma and allergies. KFA educates families and communities with practical food allergy management strategies to save lives and improve the quality of life for children and their families. Our online community includes public blogs. To post a comment, you will need to register or sign in. Registered members have access to additional specialized support forums for food allergies. Registration is free!

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