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Created with Fabric.js 1.4.5 Allergies and Bee Stings What You Need to Know in the Classroom There are 5.9 million kids in the U.S. living with a food allergy.That means 1 in 13 kids in the U.S. has a food allergy which equals about 2 kids in every classroom. Ways to Manage Food Allergies in the Classroom 1. Ensure the daily management of food allergies in individual children. 2. Prepare for food allergy emergencies. 3. Provide professional development on food allergies for staff members. 4. Educate children and family members about food allergies. 5. Create and maintain a healthy and safe educational environment. What's the Big Deal? What is Anaphylaxis? Be a PAL: Protect A Life From Food Allergies education program Food Allergies are Serious Don't Share Food Wash Hands After Eating If a Friend with Food Allergies is Feeling Sick, Get Help! Symptoms: Talking to Kids Hives, swelling, itching, redness, and rashCoughing, wheezing, shortness of breath, throat tightness, trouble swallowingNausea, vomiting, diarrhea, weak pulse, pale/blue colorAnxiety, feeling of doom What to Do: 1. Give an injection of epinephrine to the outer thigh.2. If reaction is due to an insect sting, remove stinger by scraping, and apply ice.3. Always Call 9114. Observe victim for signs of shock and monitor breathing and airways. ALSO: Latex, Insect Stings, and Medications Any respiratory system involvement, difficulty breathing, audible wheezing, or difficulty swallowing Most Common Allergens
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