For some people, a simple peanut or a bite of shrimp can cause the body's immune system to wildly overreact, in some cases the result can be deadly. But what exactly is happening in the body for it to confuse nuts or shellfish with a
"Mothers' perceptions of their newborns' adverse reactions to food appears to factor into how long they breastfeed."
Fifteen-year-old Alexi Stafford died less than an hour and a half after mistakenly ingesting a cookie containing peanuts.
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Spring is here and with it comes allergy season. But did you know that you can fight the sneezing by including certain foods in your diet? See also: What's the difference between hay fever and a cold? See also: Meet the woman who is
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When 18-year-old Abbie Kilbride got her braces removed, she figured she’d make the most of her newly-revealed teeth by getting them whitened. But after a session with a woman recommended to her by friends, it all started to go horribly horribly wrong.
Spring is in the air, and, with the constant cycle of flora and fauna, it's hard to tell whether you're coming down with a cold, or having an allergic reaction to all that pollen. Itchy eyes are a telltale sign of allergies. But a
If you suffer from hayfever, you'll know the misery that warmer weather can bring. While there are many over-the-counter products promising to relieve the symptoms, the best way to avoid itchy eyes and a runny nose is to limit your exposure
Feeding kids peanuts in their first year could prevent allergies, says a major new study. The idea of feeding kids under the age of one with peanut products to avoid developing allergies later in life has been backed up by a major new study. Some 20,000 babies in the UK and U.S. are diagnosed with peanut allergies each year so the breakthrough is a very big deal and doctors have already started to alter their advice to parents on feeding peanut-based foods to children.