After-school center agrees to change epinephrine policy, giving access to kids with severe allergies.
A college student could face jail time if convicted of the charge.
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Lawsuit alleges an “illegal scheme” used to drive up prices of EpiPen auto-injectors.
Mylan’s new generic 2-pack carton will list for about $300 at pharmacies.
Company pulls products after customers with allergies express concerns about milk exposure.
Sweeping report calls on FDA, CDC and other agencies to develop food allergy guidelines and expand training.
Oakley Debbs, 11, died of anaphylaxis after consuming nut-containing cake.
Severe reactions to foods among kids climbed by 285 percent.
Almost half of youngsters could consume 10 times more peanut than at start of study.