ADA law will help college students.

Until now, most students with multiple food allergies where simply been forced to pay for foods they could never eat. For many students the new law could represent savings of more than $10,000 dollars depending on the college and the years to complete their degree.

The  new ADA law will benefit many food allergic students and their families.  Finally a law that will help make it easier for students with food allergies and celiac disease. especially those living in the colleges and universities housing facilities, to find foods they can eat.
It could also significantly reduce the total costs related to their college education. 

With the new law students will not be required to pay for meal plans
unless provisions are made to accommodate the individual's
allergies, such as serving peanut free, milk free, egg free, and gluten-free food choices.

Even if the new ADA law makes it easier for food allergic students
to eat outside of their home, the risk of a food allergic reaction will
continue to exist. Therefore, it is extremely important to self carry
the epinephrine auto injectors at all times.

Epipen holders can help stop anaphylaxis.

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