Food Allergy, Classification, Symptoms, Diagnosis and Prevention – Review
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- AL-Bukhaiti, Wedad Q.; Noman, Anwar; Mahdi, Amer; Ammar, AL-Farga
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- Food allergies, defined as an immune response to food proteins, affect as many as 8% of young children and 2% of adults in westernized countries, and their prevalence appears to be rising like all allergic diseases. In addition to well-recognized urticaria and anaphylaxis triggered by IgE antibody-mediated immune responses. In this review, we highlight on the Food allergy: Classification, Symptoms, Diagnosis, and Prevention, because of the importance of this issue and its impact on human health.
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