EpiPens Don’t Always Work

With food allergies more prevalent, being able to recognize the signs and symptoms of anaphylaxis can save your life or someone else’s. In addition, as the weather gets warmer and the trees start blooming, allergic reactions to bee stings are more common. Not only food allergies, but other environmental allergies can cause anaphylaxis.

Source: EpiPens Don’t Always Work

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Stephanie Figon, MS, RDN, LD

Founder of NutriScape.NET. As a dietitian since 1992, Steph Figon has had experiences in consulting, 15 years in clinical, and has operated a private practice nutrition counseling office for since 2011. Connect on Linkedin