A device for self-injecting epinephrine in order to prevent anaphylaxis and treating allergic reactions.
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Auto-injectors of epinephrine, reccomended to prevent anaphylaxis.
Texas Children’s Hospital Food Allergy Program, Baylor College of Medicine
Food allergy research center located in the Austin and Houston areas. Allows patients to schedule appointments to diagnose and treat food allergies and asthma, as well as provides information on institution research.
Fruit bars made in dedicated facility free from top 12 allergens. Note you should call manufacturers to confirm the safety of products for your health needs. Products, ingredients and allergen protocol can change rapidly.
The Bugabees: Friends with Food Allergies 2nd ed.
A children's book about friends facing different food allergies. This is an ideal way to communicate and disucss the top 8 allergens with children.
The Bugabees: The Buggy Bops – Friends for All Times
A children's book about managing and preventing allergic reactions, discussing cross-contamination, Epipens, and physical signs of an allergic reaction.
The Class That Can: Food Allergies
A children's book about students learning about food allergies, friendships and the importance of having a CAN mindset.
The Elijah-Alavi Foundation
Organization that advocates for those with public awareness and schools. Provides information and educational resources on allergenic conditions. Hosts advocacy and educational events.
The End of Food Allergy
A book featuring key findings from trained experts about preventing, diagnosing, and reversing food allergies through science and cutting-edge research, an actionable treatment plan, and practical diet tips.
The Food Allergy Experience
A source of information and advice to help parents, caregivers, friends, relatives, health care providers, and teachers better understand how food allergies impact all aspects of a child's life.