Children With Food Allergies Should Carry Two Doses of Emergency Medicine, Experts Urge
Better suggestion, do not allow children to consumer higher allergenic and bad for you food ingredients, peanuts, HFCS, corn, wheat and soy.
~ Uncle Russ
ScienceDaily (Mar. 25, 2010) — In a large six-year review of emergency department (ED) data, researchers at Children’s Hospital Boston, in collaboration with Massachusetts General Hospital, found that many children with severe food-related allergic reactions need a second dose of epinephrine, suggesting that patients carrying EpiPens should carry two doses instead of one.