If is safe to say most parents worry about their children when they go away to college. But when Independence resident Michael Suhy dropped his daughter, Allison Rose, at Ohio University, her nut allergy wasn’t a major concern for him or his wife, Rebecca.

“While is was a pert of our everyday lives, we felt she was equipped with the knowledge she needed to manage it once she went away to school,” Michael said.

Allison, known by friends and family as Ally, was diagnosed with a severe nut allergy as a toddler when she developed a rash after coming in contact with a product that contained nuts.

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