Why food allergies are not just dangerous for children, but bad for the economy

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We are not just talking about how common or dangerous they are, but how expensive taking care of a child with food allergies can be. Breathing medications, epipens and other therapies can be very pricey — not to mention all the special foods that have to be bought for kids with allergies.  Dr. Steve explains.

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