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Food allergies are estimated to affect 4 to 6 percent of children and 4 percent of adults.
Worse than for those with heart disease, diabetes or high blood pressure.
Describes for clinicians when treatment needs to be stepped up, and how.
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Find out more about your symptoms and how to find relief:
Are your sneezing and runny nose the result of a common cold or a sign of allergies?
Wheezing and shortness of breath are common symptoms for asthma, but they can also be a sign of allergies.
A dry, persistent cough may be a sign that you have allergies.
Rashes come in many forms. Eczema, contact dermatitis and hives are three types of rashes that can be caused by allergies.
Are you tired and irritable? Your fatigue could be a sign of untreated allergies.
Fifty percent of adults report they experience a headache at least once a year. Some headaches can be caused by an allergy.
Nausea and vomiting are two symptoms of food allergies. Food allergies affect 4-6% of children and 4% of adults.
Despite the name ‘hay fever’ your fever is not caused by allergies.