With food allergies on the rise, parents receive more help

02/28/2012 | Wall Street Journal, The

Parents of children with food allergies, who once had to make sure each school, day care center and restaurant was safe for their children, are finding more support from governments and school districts. States have approved more than 100 allergy-related laws or regulations in the past 10 years. Massachusetts requires restaurants to put allergy information in the kitchen, while Illinois encourages schools to have epinephrine on hand.

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