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Food Allergies Leave Schools Unprepared

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A new study finds, many students who suffer a severe allergic reaction at school get potentially lifesaving epinephrine injections from unlicensed staff or other students. They often don't get the injection from a school nurse.
Study author Dr. Michael Pistiner, said, "The findings highlight the importance of having a supply of epinephrine available in schools, and people trained to administer it during an allergy emergency.