Food Allergies

Food allergies can trigger serious reactions in the body. Learn about the different types of food allergies and how to manage them.

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Some grapefruit allergy symptoms are skin reactions, gastrointestinal reactions and breathing problems. Learn about grapefruit allergy symptoms in this article.

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Some green pepper allergy symptoms are rhinoconjunctivitis, asthma and headaches. Learn about green pepper allergy symptoms in this article.

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Some mountain cedar allergy symptoms include itchy, watery eyes, runny nose, congestion and sneezing. Learn what some mountain cedar allergy symptoms are in this article.

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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.

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Some walnut allergy symptoms are skin reactions, gastrointestinal reactions and breathing problems. Learn about walnut allergy symptoms in this article.

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Some yogurt allergy symptoms are skin reactions, gastrointestinal reactions and breathing problems. Learn about yogurt allergy symptoms in this article.

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Anaphylaxis is a life-threatening condition that requires immediate medical care. Learn whether food allergies can cause anaphylaxis in this article.

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Food allergies are a result of a mistake by the immune system. Learn whether you can test children for food allergies in this article.

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Milk allergies are often the first to develop in babies. Learn whether there's a connection between dairy allergies and skin allergies in this article.

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Sinus problems can be caused by an allergy to gluten. Find out more about how gluten allergies cause sinus problems by reading this article.

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Some symptoms of a gluten allergy include gastrointestinal, neurological and behavioral symptoms. Learn about symptoms of a gluten allergy in this article.

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Some symptoms of food allergies are reactions of the skin and respiratory or gastrointestinal systems. Learn about symptoms of food allergies in this article.

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Egg allergies are more prevalent among children than adults. Learn about symptoms of egg allergies in children in this article.

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If you're allergic to eggs, it means you have to avoid them altogether. Learn what you can substitute for eggs if you have an egg allergy in this article.

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The only way to manage a gluten allergy is by eliminating gluten from your diet. Find out more about what foods people with gluten allergies must avoid from this article.

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A milk allergy is caused by a dysfunctional immune system. Learn more about the cause of milk allergies from this article.

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Not all people who are allergic to gluten have celiac disease. Find out more about the differences between celiac disease and a gluten allergy from this article.

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Milk allergies are caused by a malfunctioning immune system while lactose intolerance is difficulty with digesting milk. Learn more about the difference between milk allergies and lactose intolerance from this article.

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There's an emotional impact of food allergies for adult and child allergy sufferers and their families. Learn about the emotional impact of food allergies in this article.

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If you're allergic to eggs, it means your immune system can't handle certain proteins. But does that mean you also can't get a flu shot?

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A severe skin rash, known as Dermatitis Herpetiformis, is one of the symptoms of a gluten allergy. Find out more about skin rashes caused by gluten allergies from this article.

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Children may display a range of symptoms to gluten allergies. Find out more about gluten allergy symptoms in children from this article.

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Many people with gluten allergies experience uncontrolled weight gain. Find out more about how gluten allergies can cause weight gain from this article.

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Peanut allergies can cause a variety of reactions. Learn about the common symptoms of peanut allergies in this article.

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There are several milk allergy symptoms, including wheezing, stomach pains and nausea. Learn more about milk allergy symptoms from this article.

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