We talked to five moms from our YMC Community willing to open up about what it’s like to raise a child with life-threatening allergies. If your child has allergies, you will certainly relate to the challenges and the emotional toll these women deal with. If you don’t have a child with allergies, watch it to help you better understand the challenges allergic families face.
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