Falmouth (Maine) Elementary first-grader Owen Pollard, 6, has his blood sugar carbohydrate levels checked by Kellie Schimelman, a nurse who can administer insulin if needed, at the school.
Falmouth (Maine) Elementary first-grader Owen Pollard, 6, has his blood sugar carbohydrate levels checked by Kellie Schimelman, a nurse who can administer insulin if needed, at the school. ALEXANDRA DALEY-CLARK The New York Times
Falmouth (Maine) Elementary first-grader Owen Pollard, 6, has his blood sugar carbohydrate levels checked by Kellie Schimelman, a nurse who can administer insulin if needed, at the school. ALEXANDRA DALEY-CLARK The New York Times

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