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Hopefully, you don’t need regular access to epinephrine injectors, or know anyone who does, but if you do, you might want to look into getting a , which just came out. The smartcase can help travelers and others keep track of their life-saving medication by providing real-time alerts and notifications including: separation alerts, auto-injector removal alerts, and temperature and expiry alerts. The app communicates with the case via Bluetooth, so a Wi-Fi connection isn’t even required.

It’s not cheap, with a pack of two running  and  (with free shipping for Prime members), but the cost might be a small price to pay given what the case can do: keep epinephrine injectors on a digital leash, and therefore relieve stress levels in anyone that has to travel with allergies.

If you do suffer from allergies, below are some tips from Aterica:

  • Carry documentation: always have a list of what you’re allergic to and your medical information on your smartphone in case of emergency.
  • Pack lots of “safe” snacks: you never know when travel delays might pop and leave you without options.
  • Locate the closest medical facility near your destination that can treat allergic reactions if necessary.
  • Download apps, like Allergy Eats, to help find restaurants that accommodate whatever allergies you might have.

 

Mary Renking

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