Food allergies

7 Allergy Foods And Edible Triggers You Should Avoid

Most of us just worry about the taste of the food we are eating. Is it well spiced? Does it have enough salt? But for people with allergies, every meal is a potential obstacle course of what to eat, not eat or sample with caution. Food allergies are not uncommon. It is often seen in children, many of whom outgrow it. But >> Read More ...

What Causes Mucus in the Bowel Movement?

Mucus is a substance that is widely produced through most parts of the body and particularly within cavities where it mainly serves as a lubricant. It is a translucent, jelly-like substance and produced in every part of the gut. It is therefore not uncommon for mucus that is produced by mucous glands that line the small >> Read More ...

Can an Allergy Cause a Headache?

Allergies cause many symptoms depending on the part of the body where the inflammation is occurring. For example when the lining of the nose is irritated, there is sneezing and a runny nose. However, there are times when symptoms arise during an allergic episode that may not seem related to an allergy. Headaches are one >> Read More ...