Food Allergies in Children
Food allergies in children can be common. Learn about the different types and symptoms of food allergies in children.
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Children are much more likely to be allergic to foods than adults are. Learn about signs of food allergies in children in this article.
Allergies to bananas are relatively common in children. Learn more about the prevalence of food allergies to bananas in children from this article.
Children may have itchiness, rashes or swelling; gastrointestinal symptoms, such as abdominal pain, diarrhea or vomiting; or respiratory symptoms if they have a food allergy. See common foods that may be causing these reactions.
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