LA CROSSE, WI (WXOW) - With children and teens among those most at risk for anaphylaxis, awareness in school is crucial.
At school, there is a increased exposure to potential allergic triggers.
Dr. Todd Mahr, a Pediatric Allergic at Gundersen Health System, says parents should talk to their children about not sharing their food with other students at schools.
Mahr prefaces that parents should go to school and talk to school officials about their child's allergy.
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