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“We’re trying to make it so that it’s a little more consistent in training,” says Senator Judy Emmons, who sponsored the bill.
Board members and staff recently received educational training from FARE, one of the positive outcomes following the controversy.
Three-year study shows that prompt epinephrine use can prevent the need for subsequent doses at the hospital.
Shahida Shahid, 18, informed restaurant staff of her severe food allergies and they assured her that her meal was safe.
Scientists warn that allergic women should take extra precautions when their estrogen levels are high, such as right before menstruation.
In a new study, only 16 percent of epinephrine users and 7 percent of inhaler users administered their medication perfectly.
Parker and Dr. Kari Nadeau are aiming for a therapy that takes only one or two treatments, retrains the immune system – and lasts.