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How to Travel with Food Allergies
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How to Travel with Food Allergies

I have a kid who is allergic to nuts. I found out a few minutes after the poor guy helped himself to a tiny morsel. Let’s just say it wasn’t a pretty sight. Luckily, the crisis was soon averted thanks to a nearby clinic not two miles away…

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Don’t Be Afraid To Tell Restaurants About Your Child’s Food Allergies
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Don’t Be Afraid To Tell Restaurants About Your Child’s Food Allergies

It’s very important to know about child food allergies. If your child sneezes too often or is prone to develop skin rashes or gets a severe stomach ache too often, then your child is more likely to have a food allergy. It is possible for any child to…

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A Guide for Adults on Kids Allergies
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A Guide for Adults on Kids Allergies

What is a food allergy? Food allergies are serious and potentially life-threatening medical conditions that affect many people around the world. They usually occurs when the immune system sees a particular food as harmful and reacts badly, causing rashes, swelling, wheezing and such. Foods that cause allergy to…

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Can Infants Have Allergies: What Foods Make Them React, And Why Do They React Like That
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Can Infants Have Allergies: What Foods Make Them React, And Why Do They React Like That

Can infants have allergies? A food allergy is an immune response to certain foods. It is a common condition that affects more than 6% of children and 4% of adults in the US. Factors that cause the development of food allergy include age, genetics, allergens (food) and person’s…

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Allergy Symptoms In Kids: Know If Your Child is Having An Allergic Reaction
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Allergy Symptoms In Kids: Know If Your Child is Having An Allergic Reaction

An allergy is a life-threatening reaction in which the body’s immune system reacts excessively against an offending agent, such as food or drugs. Even a small amount of the food allergen is enough to trigger the symptoms of an allergic reaction. What causes a food allergy? Exposure to…

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