Allergy or food intolerance

July 1997
Mothering;Jul-Sep97, Issue 84, p43
Discusses food allergies. Percentage of adults and children with food allergy; Reasons for the occurrence of allergies; Some allergic reactions; Foods that usually cause allergies; Treatment and test for allergies.


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