May is Food Allergy Awareness Month in Canada and we are encouraging Canadians to participate in our “Know it. Treat it.” campaign. This campaign is about de-mystifying anaphylaxis and empowering all Canadians to “Know” what the signs and symptoms are and how to “Treat” anaphylaxis. Hear first-hand from Canadians across the country about their anaphylaxis stories and learn from their experiences. Our goal is to have all Canadians feel confident in managing anaphylaxis.
Living with a food allergy and the risk of anaphylaxis, a serious allergic reaction that has the potential to be life-threatening, can be unpredictable. Since reactions can happen despite best efforts, it’s important to recognize the symptoms of anaphylaxis and know how to treat it with epinephrine, the first-line treatment for anaphylaxis.
Find out how you can get involved to educate others and create food allergy awareness through our “Know it. Treat it.” campaign. Click on a section below to learn more!
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Hear from Canadians on their anaphylaxis stories and share yours. Help raise awareness while educating at the same time.
Plus, check out the Give and Go advertising campaign which focuses on the importance of giving epinephrine and calling 911.
Sign up for our webinars, take a photo of a monument lit in teal, and participate in Facebook Live sessions!