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  1. photo Medications are the number one cause of allergy-related death in AmericaMedications are the number one cause of allergy-related death in AmericaNews
    as anaphylaxis, which refers to a severe reaction occurring within moments of exposure to an allergen. They note that, unlike other countries including the United Kingdom, the United States does not maintainRead more
  2. ALERGIA ALIMENTAR, UM PROBLEMA QUE PODE SER EVITADO!Treatment
    Allergy, Asthma & Immunology, Anaphylaxis Overview 2 NPR April 15, 2013 3 CDC NCHS Data Brief October 2008 4 Thorax 2007;62:91-96 5 NPR April 15, 2013 6 J AllergyRead more
  3. photo 5 Things to Know About Kids with Food Allergies5 Things to Know About Kids with Food AllergiesArticle
    and vomiting at a different time. Anaphylaxis symptoms can occur suddenly and quickly progress to fatal problems. According to the Mayo Clinic, if your child complains of the following, he or she mayRead more
  4. photo Food chemicals, HFCS and even measles vaccines are far more dangerous to the public than the measles virusFood chemicals, HFCS and even measles vaccines are far more dangerous to the public than the measles virusNews
    , whereas vaccine-induced anaphylaxis cannotEven if a child contracts a rare case of measles, it's not the end of the child's life. The illness is signified by high fever, cough, runny nose and red, wateryRead more
  5. photo Feeding peanuts to infants can reduce allergy risk by 81 percentFeeding peanuts to infants can reduce allergy risk by 81 percentNews
    and facial swelling with some breathing difficulty and anxiety; and anaphylaxis, a major immune system over reaction that may kill by completely constricting air passages. Such a deadly anaphylactic reactionRead more
  6. photo Heal food allergy inflammation by taking high doses of probiotics: Research provenHeal food allergy inflammation by taking high doses of probiotics: Research provenNews
    with induced peanut allergies. When given high doses of VSL#3, which contains eight different strains of live and synergistic lactic acid bacteria, the peanut-sensitized mice no longer suffered anaphylaxisRead more
  7. photo Parents beware: The government has found a new way to force children to be vaccinated without parental consentParents beware: The government has found a new way to force children to be vaccinated without parental consentNews
    that was published by the federal Department of Health and Human Services. According to this "Vaccine Injury Table," the tetanus shot has been linked to anaphylaxis, which can happen within just four hoursRead more
  8. photo Whooping cough outbreak strikes school with unvaccinated child... what happened next will never be reported by the CDCWhooping cough outbreak strikes school with unvaccinated child... what happened next will never be reported by the CDCNews
    included anaphylaxis shock and death, did not entice me either." Building immunity through clean eatingShe decided to build their immunity instead, focusing on feeding them beans, organic vegetables, fruitsRead more
  9. photo 6 Symptoms of Tree Nut or Peanut Allergy6 Symptoms of Tree Nut or Peanut AllergyArticle
    , anaphylaxis can be the most immediately life threatening symptom of nut allergy. 3. Stomach and Digestive Issues: Among the milder symptoms of nut allergy are stomachache, diarrhea and vomiting. WhileRead more
  10. photo More Products Available to Consumers With Food AllergiesMore Products Available to Consumers With Food AllergiesArticle
    Food allergies affect families’ eating and shopping habits more than ever before.   In the last 5 years, peanut allergies in children have doubled, according to the Food Allergy and AnaphylaxisRead more

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Anaphylaxis

Disease

Anaphylaxis is a serious allergic reaction that is rapid in onset and may cause death. It typically causes a number of symptoms including an itchy rash, throat swelling, and low blood pressure. Common causes include insect bites and stings, foods, and medications.On a mechanistic level, anaphylaxis is caused by the release of mediators from certain types of white blood cells triggered by either...More