MADISON (WKOW) --- From nuts, to milk, to eggs, and more, the number of food allergies in children continues to rise.
While it is a growing problem, doctors are still unsure why.
That makes public places a scary thought for parents who have a child that is allergic to something. So how safe are schools? Lindsay Veremis looks at what laws are in place and how an area school and family are helping make changes. That is tonight on 27 News at 6.
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