Calling 911 may not be fast enough

Carrying an epinephrine auto-injector, especially when planning to eat food served at a public place, can be a life-saving proposition. But should forgetting yours that one time, or not being able to communicate where it is, or how to use it, or having a first reaction to an unknown allergy at the wrong place and time end up costing someone their life?

Read the full article on the Living Allergic website