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August 2012

How to Save a Life


Meet the EpiPen. This is a device used to treat anaphylactic shock, a severe allergic reaction that can be deadly if not treated immediately. Insect bites, foods, medications and latex can cause this deadly reaction.

Watch our video to learn how to use an EpiPen.


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Prevent Back-to-School Dangers

Virus.JPGTeach your kids to prevent germs with the germ prevention game and reduce sports-related eye injuries.

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Rachel Princes' two sons both suffered from eczema since they were about six months old.

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Asthma Action Plan: A Gasp of Relief

Child-Asthma.JPGParents can reduce their child's anxiety, as well as their own, for the new school year. Our asthma action plan can help.

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15 Years on Top

15-years-newsletter.pngFor the 15th consecutive year, we’ve been voted #1. Charity Navigator also gave us our fourth consecutive four-star rating.

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