FARE Gives You 5 Ways to Get Involved With Food Allergy Awareness Week

Food Allergy Awareness Week is fast approaching. This year, FARE is celebrating the 20th anniversary of the first Food Allergy Awareness Week and 20 years of action, education, and support. While there are many ways to get involved throughout the month of May, here are our top five suggestions. 1. Download free resources to share […]

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Advice from Grandma – “3 Dating Rules I Wish I Followed When I was Single”

 A letter from Grandma, Margo. Dear Reader, When I was younger, I was invincible. Or so I thought… I would wear my cute flower dresses, style my hair every morning and walk down the street with my head held high. I would send a quick flirtatious glance to all the cute boys I passed. I […]

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3 Rules to Follow as a Single and Dating Parent of a Child with Food Allergies

Most of our articles talk about the parent being the one with the food allergy, so let’s shift gears for a moment and talk about the kids. What if you aren’t the one with the food allergy but you are a single mom or dad in search of love with one major barrier – your […]

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How to Survive a Long Distance Relationship

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We all know that relationships come with their fair share of “ups and downs”, but if you’ve ever been in a long distance relationship, you know there sometimes seems to be more “downs” than “ups”. This is especially true if you two met in the online dating world. In fact, so many will steer clear […]

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It’s Time to Travel, Single!

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The Atlanta GA Food Allergy Heroes Walk is scheduled for Saturday, May 6, 2017, so why not visit Atlanta, before it gets too hot? As a single, so you may have extra flexibility to book today to get a low airfare! Friday night dinner in Atlanta? Maggiano’s Little Italy has a food-allergy friendly reputation. Connect […]

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3 Things Single Moms are Tired of Hearing You Say

There are so many misconceptions about being a single mom that need to be cleared up.  No, not all moms are the same and yes, sometimes manufactured stereotypes can be true to form in certain situations. The thing is, single moms are tired of hearing you ask the same questions, listening to you give the […]

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FARE Shares Top Tips for Managing Food Allergies

Emergency Medication Since there is not yet a medication that can prevent food allergies, strict avoidance of the allergy-causing food is the only way to prevent a reaction. If a reaction does occur, medications are administered to control symptoms. If your doctor has prescribed medication such as epinephrine (Auvi-Q™, EpiPen® or Adrenaclick®), carry it with you at […]

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Dating with Food Allergies 101, What You Need to Know

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  Do you struggle with food allergies or does your partner? Are they so difficult to deal with that life is often hindered by what foods you or your partner can’t come into contact with? You’re not alone. There are millions of people out there like you and millions of people struggling to find balance […]

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5 Reasons Why It’s Amazing to Date Men with Kids

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No, not all men in the world fit in the same box and not all men with kids share the same virtues, but when you find a good man with kids, you’re finding a keeper.  1. They know what they want in a woman. They are beyond the days of playing around and exploring different […]

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How to Prevent the Food Allergy Kiss Reaction on a First Date

So the date is going well and you’ve enjoyed your time together. You’re nearing the end of the date and that final goodbye kiss that could possibly seal the deal for a second date is closing in. Well, for a person without food allergies, this may be an exciting time. You feel the rush and […]

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