Reviewed by Dan Brennan on July 21, 2021
Mayo Clinic: “Peanut Allergy.”<br>American College of Allergy, Asthma & Immunology: “Peanut Allergy,” “Epinephrine Auto-injector.”<br>Cleveland Clinic: “What to Do If Your Child Has a Severe Peanut Allergy."
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