Creating Awareness and Promoting Safety: 21st Food Allergy Awareness Week in Texas


May 13, 2019

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Welcome to the 21st Food Allergy Awareness Week! This year, we are excited to share that Governor Abbot has officially recognized and acknowledged this important week in the state of Texas. As we join hands with millions across the nation managing food allergies, it’s crucial to amplify awareness, foster respect, ensure safety, and promote inclusion within our communities.

To actively participate in this cause, we encourage you to visit There, you can discover ways to take meaningful action in your community. Whether it’s organizing events, sharing information, or supporting advocacy initiatives, your involvement can make a significant difference.

If you suspect that you or your child may have a food allergy, don’t hesitate to reach out. Schedule an appointment with Dr. Lieberman, a recognized food allergy expert in central Texas. Dr. Lieberman is committed to providing expert care and is actively involved in food allergy and epinephrine legislation advocacy at the state level. Additionally, he conducts in-service trainings at local schools, contributing to the education and awareness of food allergies within our communities.

Let’s make the 21st Food Allergy Awareness Week a catalyst for positive change. By spreading awareness, promoting safety, and fostering inclusion, we can collectively make a lasting impact on the lives of those managing food allergies. Visit and take the first step towards creating a safer and more understanding community for everyone.

This entry was posted in advocacy, anaphylaxis, epinephrine, food allergy, legislation, peanut allergy on May 13, 2019 by AENT Team.

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