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TODAY   |  November 01, 2013

Schools institute stricter policies on food allergies

Schools across the country have accepted stricter policies on handling food allergies, from training in allergy injector pens to providing non-food incentives. The CDC has posted the full advisory on their website.

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>> and schools have national guidelines for handling food allergies . they include using nonfood items as prizes or incentives and make shurg that kids with allergies are not excluded from activities. you can find a full list on the centers for disease control website.