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You Can Reduce the Risk of Food Allergies for Your Baby

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Up to 80%

of peanut allergies are preventable for high risk infants.

5.6 Million Children

have food allergies in the U.S. That’s roughly two children in every classroom.

377% Increase

in medical procedures to treat severe reactions to food between 2007 and 2016. Two-thirds of these reactions were in children.

Information for You

Introducing a variety of foods into a baby’s diet early and often is recommended - and may even help lower the risk of certain food allergies.

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Early Introduction Straight from the Experts

Recent landmark studies and guidelines are changing the way we think about early food introduction.

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Baby's First Bite

It's time for your baby's next adventure...their first bite! Watch these mom's as they embark on this new (sometimes messy) journey in raising their little ones.

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What is a food allergy? How do I know if my baby is having a reaction?

Learn more about what food allergies are, your baby's risk for them, and how to recognize a reaction.

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Has Your Baby Been Diagnosed With a Food Allergy?

If your baby is diagnosed with a food allergy, FARE is here to help you access essential information and resources to make sure you have what you need to make informed decision about what to do next

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