Stand Up For Food Allergies Variety Night – The Comedy Store

There has been a dramatic increase in food allergies around the world - mainly in children. Currently there is no cure for food allergies and no definitive answer as to what is causing them. What is agreed is that raising awareness is crucial. TRIGGER AWARENESS is a not for profit initiative raising much needed awareness to help PROTECT and ENHANCE the lives of children with food allergies and sufferers everywhere.

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High-fiber (fibre) diet may protect against peanut allergy

A Melbourne-led study has found that mice with allergies to peanuts may beat the condition when they are fed high-fiber diets. The new Monash … Read More »

Turn It Teal For Food Allergy Awareness

May is Food Allergy Awareness Month. Raising awareness to this growing public health issue is an important way to help those who manage allergies … Read More »

British Airways Apply New Nut Allergy Policy

British Airways, who already have a nut-free snack policy on all flights, have now expanded their protection of passengers with severe nut allergies … Read More »

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The Teal Pumpkin Project

For families with children who live with food allergies, Halloween can be a tricky time. The fun of trick-or-treating can be actually dangerous, if … Read More »


Push For Police To Carry Epinephrine Auto-Injectors

A recent proposal would have police officers carry epinephrine auto-injectors and trained in the use of them for medical emergencies. In many cases … Read More »


Trigger Awareness Celebrates Fourth Birthday

Today marks the fourth anniversary of the launch of our Trigger Food Allergy Awareness Initiative. What started out as a simple idea to make a film … Read More »

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