Imagine a busy school lunchroom. Suddenly, a child collapses. One possible cause: a food allergy. Imagine a busy food court on a college campus. A co-ed suddenly begins vomiting. The cause: a reaction to a food allergy. Imagine a busy corporate dining room. An executive about to leave for an important presentation finishes off his dessert, unaware that it had nuts in the crust. Suddenly, because he is allergic to them, he finds himself breaking out in hives. All these scenarios are ...
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