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How to Educate Your Child About a Severe Food Allergy

It's important to let your child know about the dangers of anaphylaxis. 

Expert Advice on Anaphylaxis

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What I Tell Parents About Treatment for Anaphylaxis

Knowing your child is at risk for anaphylaxis is stressful. But you can be prepared.
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5 Expert Answers About Severe Allergy Treatment

Dr. Jennifer Shih offers advice on how to be prepared for treating severe allergies.
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Doctor and Patient Perspectives

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Preparing for an Allergy Emergency

Know how to identify the signs of an allergic reaction.

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Learning to Live with My Son's Anaphylaxis

One mom discusses the challenges of caring for a son with anaphylaxis.

Anaphylaxis Explained

Anaphylaxis can be frightening, but being prepared will help you prevent a dangerous allergic reaction. Do you know all the facts?
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Anaphylaxis By the Numbers

Anaphylaxis is a potentially life-threatening allergic reaction, so it helps to know some important numbers.

Managing Anaphylaxis Day to Day

Three-Step Allergy Emergency Action Plan

Knowing the A-B-Cs of the Allergy Emergency Action Plan can save your life or that of your child.

What is Exercise-Induced Anaphylaxis?

Is it true that exercise can trigger an allergic reaction?

Signs and Symptoms of an Allergy Emergency

Swift action can make the difference between a minor incident and a hospitalization. 

Can You Outgrow Severe Allergies?

Severe allergies can be a difficult challenge for children, but the good news is that many kids outgrow them.

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