An under-the-tongue alternative to EpiPen

People who have anaphylactic reactions to insect stings and other allergens can't afford to be afraid of needles. One quick jab with an EpiPen—the common brand name for self-injected epinephrine—can stop the reaction. In a severe case of anaphylaxis, that poke can save a person's life.
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