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Re: Multitasking Liam

cheymom ·
He is adorable! Welcome to KFA! We hope you will join us over on the Support Forums. https://community.kidswithfoodallergies.org/forums
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Re: Multitasking Liam

Liz Murphy ·
Thanks! Will do!
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Re: Multitasking Liam

EAH123 ·
He's adorable!!
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Re: Multitasking Liam

Liz Murphy ·
Awe, thanks! He's such a little monkey!
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Re: Multitasking Liam

LILOsmommy ·
Aww! How cute :-)
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Epinephrine Auto-Injectors for Infants and Toddlers to Be Available May 1

KFA News Team ·
Kaléo, a privately-held pharmaceutical company, today announced that AUVI-q® (epinephrine injection, USP) 0.1 mg will be available nationwide by prescription beginning May 1, 2018. AUVI-q 0.1 mg is indicated for the treatment of life-threatening allergic reactions, including anaphylaxis, in infants and toddlers weighing 16.5 to 33 pounds (7.5 to 15 kilograms).
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Infants and Toddlers Require Special Attention with Epinephrine Autoinjectors

KFA News Team ·
Press Release: Contact: Melissa Graham mgraham@aaaai.org (414) 272-6071 Onsite Press Room (March 4-7): (213) 743-6242 INFANTS AND TODDLERS REQUIRE SPECIAL ATTENTION WITH EPINEPHRINE AUTOINJECTORS Researchers at AAAAI Annual Meeting Believe Needles May Be Too Long for Standard Care Los Angeles, CA – What is the optimal needle length for infants and toddlers who need epinephrine? Researchers from Western University Schulich School of Medicine and Dentistry in London, Ontario, asked this...
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Jo Frost Talks About Managing Life-Threatening Food Allergies

Kids With Food Allergies ·
Jo Frost, also known as Supernanny, shared her insights with us about living with food allergies herself and tips for parents raising children with food allergies.   Childcare expert and child advocate Jo Frost, also known to many of her...
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Re: Epinephrine Auto-Injectors for Infants and Toddlers to Be Available May 1

MrsButters ·
This is great news! Wish they had this available a few months ago when my toddler had to make use of an epinephrine injection. I feel like the epinephrine injection itself caused nearly as much shock to his system as the allergen, since it was a slightly higher dose then his 30lb pound could handle. We love Auvi-Q injectors and their ease of use. I wish insurance would cover them so we could refill next year beyond the initial affordability program. Thanks for posting! What great news this...
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Re: Epinephrine Auto-Injectors for Infants and Toddlers to Be Available May 1

K8sMom2002 ·
Hugs on the reaction and having to use epinephrine to begin with! I'd not heard that there was a time limit on Auvi-Q's AffordAbility program. I just checked their website, and I must be missing something, because I didn't see it there. How about starting a new topic so you can share a link about that?
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Re: Epinephrine Auto-Injectors for Infants and Toddlers to Be Available May 1

MrsButters ·
@K8sMom2002 , Thank you. My oldest son (6 years) was really sad when we had to use the epinephrine for his little brother and said, "I was hoping we'd never have to use it." Me too, bud, me too. :'( I guess I didn't mean to imply that there was a time limit, but rather a quantity limit on the Auvi-Q affordability program. We have already received our maximum quantity of Auvi-Q injectors. I do not know if that resets annually or not. I suppose it is something to look into. Sorry to have...
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Re: Epinephrine Auto-Injectors for Infants and Toddlers to Be Available May 1

K8sMom2002 ·
Hey, shared information is what helps ALL of us! And I'd never thought of possible quantity or time limits on the program, so it's good to keep that on my radar. Please, please, keep sharing good questions and thoughts like this -- that's what makes our community SO strong. And I think what your oldest son said about his little brother was sad AND sweet. Way to go for him being such a good big brother!
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Re: Jo Frost Talks About Managing Life-Threatening Food Allergies

Kids With Food Allergies ·
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Re: T4MTelephant

Cin929 ·
Love the shirt!
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Re: T4MTelephant

Kathy P ·
What a cutie! Welcome to KFA.
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Re: T4MTelephant

Monster Mom ·
Welcome!! What a cutie Feel free to share your story with us on our forums, we'd love to "meet" you! http://community.kidswithfooda...org/forum/main_forum
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Re: T4MTelephant

lexi1980 ·
Too cute! And that is a great shirt!
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Re: T4MTelephant

EAH123 ·
Love her shirt! She looks so cute!
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Re: Food allergies won't define me!

Kathy P ·
Great smile! Thanks for sharing!
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Re: Always ask a parent before giving little guys food!

Melanie Carver ·
What a cutie! The shirt is very clever. Did you buy it or make it?
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Re: Always ask a parent before giving little guys food!

Jenny3421 ·
Thank you! I did embroider the shirt for him and we use it all the time! It's in my SugarBean Stitching etsy shop
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Re: Always ask a parent before giving little guys food!

Kathy P ·
The shirt is awesome! Love it! Welcome to KFA - thanks for sharing your little cutie!
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Multitasking Liam

Liz Murphy ·
Multitasking Liam
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Food allergies won't define me!

Eveala14 ·
Food allergies won't define me!
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T4MTelephant

Jodi Fry Mills ·
T4MTelephant
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[Sponsored] How a Special Formula Can Help Fill Nutrition Gaps for Food Allergies

Kids With Food Allergies ·
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