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Most allergic reactions aren't serious. But severe reactions can be life-threatening and need immediate medical care. Learn how to tell the difference — and what to do.
5 Ways to Prepare for an Allergy Emergency
Quick action will help your child during a serious allergic reaction. Here's a checklist for any parent of a child with a serious allergy.
First Aid: Allergic Reactions
Here's what to do when a child has an allergic reaction — mild or severe.
Serious Allergic Reactions
If your child has a severe allergy or has had a severe reaction, your doctor prescribed injectable epinephrine. Be sure to keep it on hand at all times.