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Focus on School Health
August 2016 | Issue No. 130
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Most children will, at some point in their school career, require some form of medication during the school day. Maybe your child needs to finish an antibiotic? Maybe he or she has asthma, allergies, or a chronic health condition?
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By: Heidi Román, MD, FAAP
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