The smallest smudge of peanut butter can cause swelling, cut off oxygen supply and even kill a child with a peanut allergy, and a bill pending in the Ohio General Assembly would help schools be prepared for such emergencies.
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More information: Find out what the most common allergies are that impact students. Also, see a map showing other states that already have a law allowing schools to stock epinephrine. MyDaytonDailyNews.com
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