Food allergy stories from 35,000 feet: ‘Mommy, I don’t want to die’ [CNN, October 11, 2019]

At 30,000 feet, why we can’t count on epinephrine vials on an airplane [Living Allergic, October 10, 2019]

Why lifesaving drugs may be missing on your next flight [New York Times, October 3, 2019]

Is do-it-yourself medicine at 30,000 feet a good idea? A new D.C. lobby group wants Congress to make ‘EpiPens’ available on all flights [Forbes, September 26, 2019]

Coalition for lifesaving epinephrine access and responsibility names Jennifer Bell as Executive Director [CLEAR, September 25, 2019]

How a salad bought at Logan Airport started an effort to require EpiPens on airplanes [Boston Globe, July 17, 2019]

Advocates push for EpiPens on flights after college student's mid-flight allergic reaction [The Hill, July 12, 2019]

Instagram’s ‘hottest doctor’ saves passenger’s life on flight [New York Post, July 8, 2019]

After terrifying flight, student pushes for planes to carry auto-injectors [NBC Chicago, June 19, 2019]