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Kids with bad allergies should carry an injectable shot of epinephrine to prevent life-threatening allergy attacks. If your child is at risk, the doctor will teach you and your child how to safely give an injection in the event of a severe allergic reaction. Reviewed by: Rupal Christine Gupta, MD Date reviewed: August 2014 previous 1 • 2

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Websteroids keeps coming back

websteroids keeps coming back