Have kids with food allergies? This new epinephrine injector could save your life! It's the size of an iPhone, and it TALKS! So comforting to leave my little man with a babysitter now! It's called the AUVI-Q, and I'm showing you how to get it for FREE!
If your child has a serious food allergy, there's a stylin', low-key alternative to the clunky medic alert bracelet he has to wear. Jeeto's allergy collection includes patches, shirts, and stickers with phrases like: "No Peanuts Please" or "Dairy Free" that you can plaster all over your child's backpack, jackets, or lunchbox to make sure teachers, babysitters, waitresses, and anyone who might give him food are aware of the no-nos on his list.
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