Dr. L food allergy Q&A


December 10, 2019

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In this month’s issue of Texas Medicine, Dr. Lieberman had an insightful Q&A that reflects his deep knowledge about the food allergy epidemic. You can read it here.

Some highlights include:

8% of kids have a food allergy.

This rise in food allergies caught everyone (e.g. schools, restaurants, airlines) unprepared.

Texas has passed legislation to allow undesignated epinephrine in schools but more school outreach is needed.

This entry was posted in anaphylaxis, epinephrine, food allergy, legislation, peanut allergy on December 10, 2019 by AENT Team.

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