A food allergy reaction is a mysterious and potentially life-threatening response in which a person’s immune system overreacts to what should be a perfectly harmless substance – a food eaten to fuel the body. Among the many questions our readers frequently ask are: Just when is it anaphylaxis? How common are severe reactions? When do you give an epinephrine shot? And when is it safe to presume a milder reaction?
With the helpful guidance of top allergy experts, Allergic Living brings you a primer of 18 key points about allergic reactions.
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