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  1. Reações adversas à vacina H1N1: Saiba porque a desculpa da alergia a ovo é falsaNews
    de Alergia, Asma e Imunologia”: Flu Shots And Egg Allergy People with egg allergy could have a reaction when given the flu vaccine because the vaccine may contain some amount of egg protein. FortunatelyRead more
  2. photo Children May Outgrow Food <b>Allergies</b>, New Research FindsChildren May Outgrow Food Allergies, New Research FindsArticle
    New research presented at the American College of Allergy, Asthma and Immunology held last week in Anaheim, CA, may give hope to sufferers of egg allergies. According to the research, which hasRead more
  3. photo Kids' Food <b>Allergies</b> Cost U.S. Nearly $25 Billion Per YearKids' Food Allergies Cost U.S. Nearly $25 Billion Per YearArticle
    Eight percent of American children suffer from peanut allergies, tree nut allergies, dairy allergies, egg allergies, and allergies to other foods. According to a study published in the journalRead more
  4. photo Food <b>Allergies</b> in Kids Linked to Household ChemicalsFood Allergies in Kids Linked to Household ChemicalsArticle
    Food allergies in the U.S.are on the rise, and have been for years. The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) estimates food allergies affect up to 15 million people including one in 13Read more
  5. photo Prevent food <b>allergies</b> by introducing peanuts and <b>eggs</b> at an early agePrevent food allergies by introducing peanuts and eggs at an early ageNews
    Food allergies are on the rise in the Western world, but evidence suggests that feeding kids peanuts and eggs early in their life may reduce their risk of developing allergies to these foodsRead more
  6. photo Kids At Risk For a Peanut <b>Allergy</b> Benefit From Early Exposure, Study SaysKids At Risk For a Peanut Allergy Benefit From Early Exposure, Study SaysArticle
    Since 1997, the number of kids with peanut allergies has quadrupled. To combat this growing problem, a new study is taking an alternative approach. Prior to this study, doctors routinely toldRead more
  7. photo 8 Most Common Food <b>Allergies</b> and the Foods to Avoid8 Most Common Food Allergies and the Foods to AvoidArticle
    at it as a health food. 2. Eggs Also a very common ailment, egg allergies are more common children. However, it can continue into adulthood. Those with an egg allergy have antibodies that react to one of the fourRead more
  8. photo 1 in 13 Kids Has Food <b>Allergies</b>, Study Finds1 in 13 Kids Has Food Allergies, Study FindsArticle
    .” According to the CDC there are eight major types of food allergies that cause 90 percent of reactions amongst children: Milk, eggs, peanuts, tree nuts, fish, shellfish, soy and wheat. Some experts believeRead more
  9. photo Eat Local Honey, Avoid Seasonal <b>Allergies</b>?Eat Local Honey, Avoid Seasonal Allergies?Article
    As we start to get excited about spring, it’s easy to forget that spring’s friend and partner-in-crime, spring allergies, are on their way as well. Over-the-counter medications can make youRead more
  10. photo Could A Dairy <b>Allergy</b> Be Your Weight Gain Culprit?Could A Dairy Allergy Be Your Weight Gain Culprit?Article
    Doing everything right and still unable to lose weight? One prominent doctor suggests food allergies might be to blame.  When most of us think of food allergies, we think of people swelling upRead more

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Egg allergy

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Egg allergy is a type of food allergy. It is a hypersensitivity to dietary substances from the yolk or whites of eggs, causing an overreaction of the immune system which may lead to severe physical symptoms for millions of people around the world.Egg allergy appears mainly, but not exclusively, in children. In fact, it is the second most common food allergy in children. (The most common is...More