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  • The Oral Allergy Syndrome By:-adam mckenzie
    Oral allergy syndrome, generally known as pollen-food syndrome, is often a cross-reaction food allergy that produces an itching, allergy to the mouth, mouth, tongue, as well as throat when ingesting raw fruits, vegetables, and nuts. A cross-reaction is if your body gets baffled and reacts to something it shouldn't.
  • What to do about a casein allergy By:-Zena Laurenti
    For people who can not eat or drink dairy food, a casein allergy could be to blame. Casein can be a protein found in milk that some individuals are sensitive to. How can you tell if you have an allergy to casein? As opposed to simple lactose intolerance, in which a person is not really allergic however intolerant, a casein allergy is possibly life threatening. Those who are severely hypersensitive to the casein inside dairy products may need to carry together an EPI Pencil to make sure that their particular anaphylactic shock will not proceed out of control.
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