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Friendly Skies—Talking Food Allergies on Airplanes

By Henry Ehrlich I took five flights over five days going to the wonderful Food Allergy Blogger Conference (FABlogCon) in Las Vegas with a side trip to the San Francisco area to see old friends. On two of those flights I sat next to people with histories of food allergies. The first, going from Dallas […]

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Executed by Asthma: Statue Unveiled for Victim of Mistaken Identification

By Henry Ehrlich In 1985, a Lubbock, Texas college student named Timothy Cole was convicted of rape and sentenced to 25 years in jail. The rape victim’s testimony included a crucial detail that seems to have been overlooked by prosecutors: the perpetrator smoked cigarettes throughout the attack, according to the Innocence Project website. Cole himself—at […]

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