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Jenn Casey on Living Safely with Food Allergies (Part 1)

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Philosopher Dr. Diana Hsieh interviewed peanut allergy mom Jenn Casey about "Living Safely with Food Allergies (Part 1)" in this episode of Philosophy in Action Radio. 

Many Americans have food allergies to common foods such as peanuts, dairy, and eggs. Jenn Casey's son has a life-threatening peanut allergy, diagnosed when he was a toddler. What must people diagnosed with such allergies do to protect themselves from accidental ingestion? How can parents keep their children with such allergies safe? How should other people in their lives do to protect them from harm? What should schools, clubs, and other organizations do? Be sure to listen to Part Two

Jenn Casey is a homeschooling mom to three hilarious kids, including one with a life-threatening food allergy.

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