You’ve been given the list of foods to avoid and the task of reading the labels on everything in your kitchen. Here’s what to do.
According to Dr. Scott Sicherer at New York’s Jaffe Food Allergy Institute, having one food allergy can put you at a higher risk for reaction to other foods. A person may be generally predisposed to have food allergy and be allergic to multiple, unrelated common allergens such as peanut, egg and milk. Or, a person… Read more »