New Online Course Teaches Educators How to Prepare for Anaphylaxis
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#1 Aug 19, 2011
I think that this will be a great asset to protect those with food allergies. As the number of children with food allergies increases, the responsiveness of school educators should increase also. The more individuals who are trained in caring for children who have allergic reactions, the better for everyone. Also, I think that food-allergic adults who work in educational systems will benefit. Today, I will share this with my community on www.SinglesWithFoodAllergies.com . Don't forget that food allergic children grow up, so constant attention remains necessary.
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