By Robyn O’Brien
(reprinted with permission)
Today, a life threatening allergic reaction to food sends someone to the emergency room in the United States once every six minutes. EpiPen is now a $1 billion brand.
Today, one in eleven children struggle with asthma, and one in four are affected by allergies. The incidence of allergy has increased significantly over the past two decades, and allergy to peanuts has more than quadrupled from 1997 to 2010. Approximately 30 million children ...Continue Reading →