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Airborne Anaphylaxis: My Son’s Fragrance Battle

Brandon Silk has an unusual and severe allergy to Axe Body Spray. But his mother, Rosa Silk isn’t even allowed to know which ingredient is triggering his anaphylaxis.

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What’s the Scoop on Airborne Seafood Reactions?

One of the biggest questions people have is whether it’s possible to react to a food through inhalation. While allergists stress that severe reactions to airborne food particles are uncommon, there are some instances in which allergenic food proteins can get into the air and potentially cause trouble. According to Dr. Scott Sicherer of the […]

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Advice on Reacting to Smell of Peanut

Q. Can I react to the smell of peanut/nuts? Dr. Ham Pong: You can be assured that anaphylaxis to airborne food particles is very rare. An allergic reaction to food will not occur because someone is eating it in a classroom or vicinity of the allergic person. The main reason for advising that the allergenic […]

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