Q: I’m a teacher and our middle school recently had an incident in which a small amount of nut butter got smeared on a desk that was later occupied by a student in my class with an allergy to hazelnuts. (That student had a minor skin reaction.) I would like to be sure that desktops get… Read more »
Many schools don’t have a full-time nurse, yet teachers aren’t permitted to use auto-injectors.
Peanut-allergic preschool children who received peanut oral immunotherapy as part of a clinical trial were 19 times more likely to successfully add peanut-containing foods into their diets, researchers said.