More kids are going to emergency rooms with severe allergies
from NBC News
More U.S. kids are being taken to emergency rooms with serious allergic reactions, new insurance data shows. The number of children treated in emergency departments for anaphylaxis went up 150 percent between 2010 and 2016, the report from Blue Cross and Blue Shield finds. Most of the life-threatening reactions are to foods such as peanuts and tree nuts, according to the claims data.
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