Don’t Find Yourself on Santa’s Naughty List… Take Two!


The American Academy of Pediatrics recommends administering epinephrine as soon as anaphylaxis is suspected. Their guidelines leave absolutely no doubt: early administration of epinephrine leads to far better outcomes.

But you can’t use your auto-injectors if you don’t have them with you.

If you follow the news, you’ll note the majority of reported food allergy-related deaths result from not having epinephrine on hand, either because the victim forgot their auto-injectors at home or didn’t think it was necessary to bring them along since they hadn’t suffered a severe reaction before.

The especially frustrating part is, these tragedies are avoidable.

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To help remind you to always take two epinephrine auto-injectors along, we launched our “Take 2” campaign in 2013 consisting of fun, informative reminders to post at home, school, and the office. Our “Naughty List” flyer helps remind you to stay safe for the holidays.

Why take TWO epinephrine auto-injectors along? In case there is a problem administering the first dose or one dose is not sufficient to halt the progression of anaphylaxis.

Click here to download the entire collection of Take 2 flyers.

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