These seven things cause 90 per cent of allergies
such as shellfish, eggs, fish, milk, peanuts, tree nuts (like almonds, cashews, pecans and walnuts), sesame and soy products.
including pollen from grasses and plants.
such as mushroom and mould spores.
such as dustmites and the venom from bees, ticks, ants and wasps.
such as the fur and skin flakes from domestic pets such as cats and dogs.
including industrial and household chemicals, and chemical products like latex rubber.
including prescription medications like penicillin (which is the most common cause of medication-induced anaphylaxis), over-thecounter medicines like aspirin and herbal preparations.