In the first article of our brand new ‘Allergy Series’, we focus on common food allergies in children. Read on to know how to diagnose and prevent a food allergic reaction.
By Shirley Johanna
After eating some foods, does your child develop symptoms like breathing difficulty or swelling of the tongue and lips? If yes, your child might be having a food allergy. Before we get into the details of how to tackle a food allergy, let us look at what an allergy is and who is likely to develop one.
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