As Kids Age, Food-Allergy Moms Fight New Battles

In the days before Nona Narvaez needed to testify at the Minnesota State Capitol in favor of legislation that would require all ambulances to carry emergency epinephrine, her son with severe food allergies was only 3, and her fellow advocates were worried about finding babysitters for their own food-allergic toddlers. But Narvaez knew what she was doing. She told her team to forget the babysitters and bring their children to St. Paul. "That's what it was all about," she said. "These little...Full Story
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