University of Notre Dame | September 9, 2016
Sarah McKenzie knows the deadly potential of food allergies all too well.
Her young son, Gunner, has a peanut allergy, and while the family is attentive, the smallest mistake can endanger him.
Like the time she ate a peanut butter cookie and hours later triggered a life-threatening reaction in her son with a simple kiss. In the ER he recovered, but they live in constant fear of the next time his allergies take over.