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Food Allergies

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Food Allergies
By:Patricia Torres
Food Allergies
Food Allergies
By:Patricia Torres
The reason I chose food allergies
is because of them...our children.This
is one of the things that is harmful to
children and often times is overseen
by adults. It only takes a split second
for a child to get a hold of the food, the
cook to put something that the child
shouldn't eat, or the parent/caregiver
to give them the food.


What is a food allergy?
Is an immune system reaction that occurs
soon after eating a certain food.
The most common foods that cause allergies are:
Eggs, Milk, Peanuts, Tree nuts, Fish, Shellfish, Wheat & Soy
Symptoms of food allergies are: Vomiting and/or abdominal cramps, hives, Shortness of breath, wheezing, repetitive coughing, shock, tight or hoarse throat, swelling of tongue, weak pulse, pale/blue skin, dizziness, and anaphylaxis.

Food Allergies
Work Cited

American Academy of Pediatrics, May 5, 2015. Food Allergies in Children. June 7, 2015. www.healthychildren.org/English/healthy-living/nutritional/pages/Food-Allergies-in-children.aspx.

The Nemours Foundation, (1995-2015). Food Allergies (Kids Health From Nemours). June 7, 2015.
www.KidsHealth.org/parent/growth/feeding/food_allergies.html
Test to determine food allergy:
Skin Test and Blood work
No actual treatment for food allergies!
Things that help: Staying away from
the food, antihistamines, bronchodilators,
if severe epinephrine.
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