Kids Don't Always Outgrow Their Allergies & Things Get Tricky With Teenagers

My husband and son arrived home much earlier than expected from their run, and I could tell by my son’s voice that something was wrong. He sounded like a cartoon character having his throat squeezed by the bad guy. Once I rounded the corner, my adrenaline surged at the swollen pallor of his face. This was not the first allergic reaction my 14-year-old had experienced, but it was by far the most severe.

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