Schools begin epinephrine training

By Corinne Saunders

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At least one area school district is getting a jump on a new state law requiring all schools to have on hand at least two devices to assist students who suffer allergic reactions while at school.

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Good for Perquimans

Being out in front. Many allergies don't manifest until after multiple exposures. I know, in my case, I had mild reactions to wasp stings until the one that almost killed me. I now carry Auvi-Q (like an Epi-pen but pocket-sized) everywhere I go.

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