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When to keep an EpiPen on hand for food allergies, how to use one on a child

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NBC News medical contributor Dr. John Torres joins Kathie Lee and Hoda with vital information that you need to know in case your child, or a child in your care, suffers a reaction due to a food allergy. Torres demonstrates the proper technique for administering an EpiPen injection.