Deaths Show Schools Need Power of the EpiPen: Margaret CarlsonMargaret Carlson
Jan. 16 (Bloomberg) -- All children’s deaths are tragic, but some are absurdly so. First-grader Ammaria Johnson had just returned to her Virginia grade school after the Christmas holiday and inadvertently ate a peanut at recess. Feeling sick, Ammaria went to a teacher who rushed her to the school clinic, where someone called 911.
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