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What to Do If You Can’t Afford Epinephrine Auto-Injectors

Epinephrine is the only treatment for a severe allergic reaction known as anaphylaxis (an-a-PHUL-axis). Epinephrine comes in the form of easy-to-use auto-injectors. It is only available through a prescription by your doctor. Each prescription comes with two auto-injectors in a set.

What if you have trouble paying for medicine? Unfortunately, many people cannot afford to buy this potentially life-saving medication. If this is the case for you, consider using one or more of these options.

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Cumin Triggers Massive Food Recalls (Also a Warning for Paprika)

A cumin crisis: major supplies of cumin were found to contain peanut. Be sure to check your kitchen for the three dozen foods so far known to be affected.

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And food allergies said, "Sorry kid. Get a new dream."

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Does your child read labels? Carry their own epinephrine? Order their own food?
Food Allergy Recalls

21 New Recalls Due to Undeclared Allergens

Many products that contain cumin have been recalled due to peanut contamination. Now recalls linked to paprika have been announced. Don't miss these important recall notices and be sure to check your pantry!
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