Allergies
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Egg allergy is one of the most common food allergies among children. The allergic reactions to egg, also a hidden ingredient in many baked products, could range from mild symptoms like a rash to extreme symptoms like anaphylaxis. Watch the video to know the most common symptoms.
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Cats, dogs, rabbits and birds and other pets, to many, are a joy to behold and play with, but just as the protein in their saliva and urine could irritate the pet parent’s or handler’s eyes, caution eye specialists
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What your tongue finds delectable may be seen as a threat by your immune cells, eliciting a spectrum of negative reactions
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Unlike other allergies, fish allergy can develop at any age. Also, it is not caused by eating fish alone
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Soy allergy presents with symptoms such as respiratory distress, diarrhoea and skin irritations. Most children outgrow the allergy, say experts
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In this rare condition, a severe allergic reaction is induced by a combination of eating the allergy-triggering food and engaging in physical activity afterwards
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Doctors say in the absence of a cure for dust mite allergy, they can only aim to reduce the symptoms and frequency of allergic reactions
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Some people are allergic to peanuts and other forms of nuts like pistachios and walnuts. Any immediate reaction after consumption of nuts must not be ignored, say doctors
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From oral immunotherapy to food challenges, doctors suggest various ways to diagnose a food colour allergy and eliminate unhealthy colouring agents from the diet
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From the commonly recommended skin prick test to the oral food challenge test, there are several ways to diagnose food allergies
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Eggs can cause severe allergic reactions in some people. We find out the reasons behind this and ask doctors about identifying ‘eggless’ products that may secretly contain eggs
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A non-contagious dermatological condition, eczema manifests in the form of itchy, red rashes and inflamed skin
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People with pollen allergies mostly develop symptoms when pollination takes place through the air

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