How to Recognize and Treat a Food Allergy Reaction

being there // Sarah Arnold on Tuesday September 20, 2016

Food allergies affect a lot of people – especially children – and reactions can occur when you least expect them. Knowing problem foods, warning signs and appropriate responses can help you take control of a serious situation.

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Sarah Arnold

Sarah Arnold

Sarah Arnold is a Web Marketing Intern for GuideOne Insurance.

When she is not at work, Sarah enjoys horseback riding, painting, reading and spending time with her husband, ponies, cats and hound.

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