7 TOP ALLERGY TRIG­GERS

Good Health Choices - - Be Informed -

Most al­ler­gies are caused

by the fol­low­ing:

In­sects

Dust mites; the venom from bees, ticks, ants and wasps; and mush­room

and mould spores.

Food

Shell­fish; eggs; fish; milk; peanuts; tree nuts like al­monds, cashews, pecans and wal­nuts; and sesame and soy prod­ucts.

Plants

Pollen from grasses and plants. Medicines Pre­scrip­tion med­i­ca­tions like peni­cillin, which is the most com­mon cause of med­i­ca­tion-in­duced anaphylaxis; over-the-counter medicines like as­pirin; and some herbal mixes. Chem­i­cals In­dus­trial and house­hold chem­i­cals; and chem­i­cal prod­ucts

like la­tex rub­ber. An­i­mal dan­der Fur and skin flakes from do­mes­tic

pets such as cats and dogs.

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