May 2000 Issue
Some of the Newest Food Allergies Have Nonfood Triggers; How Best to Test
When is a food allergy not a food allergy? When itís triggered by factors outside the food chain, like pollen or latex. The now-you-see-it, now-you-donít nature of such allergies makes them difficult to diagnosis and treat.
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