You might think that allergies, skin tests, and shots are for kids. But believe it or not, adults get allergies for the first time, all the time. WebMD tells you why.Author: John Donovan.
Peanut allergy has been described as an epidemic, with prevalence on the rise. How does a peanut allergy develop and when can it strike? Learn more about both early and adult onset of a peanut allergy and the impact it has on daily life.
Peanut allergy has become one of the most common causes of severe allergy attack, and cases are on the rise. WebMD shows you how to spot the signs and get treatment quickly to avoid serious.
“I never thought there was an allergy to nuts until I got the testing.” Life Changes for Good. WITH a new adult food allergy – especially one revealed the hard way, through anaphylaxis – the initial jolt of diagnosis tends to give way to a variety of emotions, including fear, anxiety and .