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Food allergies can significantly impact the lives of children, affecting their health, well-being, and overall quality of life. As a parent or caregiver, understanding and managing food allergies is paramount.



Traveling is an exhilarating experience that opens our eyes to new cultures, breathtaking landscapes, and of course, mouthwatering cuisines. However, for those with food allergies, the excitement of exploring new culinary delights can be accompanied by a tinge of anxiety. Nobody wants their adventure to be dampened by a food allergy reaction halfway around the globe!


What Is Anaphylaxis?

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Did you know that every 1 in 50 US citizens suffers from an anaphylactic reaction? Triggered by exposure to allergens, Anaphylaxis is a severe and life-threatening allergic reaction. An anaphylactic shock causes your immune system to release chemicals (like histamine), which lower the blood pressure and narrow the airways, making it difficult to breathe. Signs of Anaphylaxis include skin rashes, weak pulse, vomiting, nausea, wheezing, and swelling. Keep reading to learn more about Anaphylaxis and what you should do to treat an anaphylactic reaction.

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Accounting for 750,000 cases in the United States annually, Cryptosporidium is the second leading factor of diarrhea among children. Cryptosporidiosis is a highly contagious infection that attacks your intestine, causing severe stomach pain, watery diarrhea, vomiting, dehydration, and even weight loss. The gastrointestinal infection can be life-threatening for children and people with a weak immune system. Read on to learn about the causes, symptoms, risk factors, diagnosis, and treatment of Cryptosporidiosis, a gastrointestinal disease caused by the deadly parasite Cryptosporidium.



Swelling or joint pain triggered by an intestinal, urinary, or genital infection is called Reactive Arthritis. Scientifically known as Reiter’s Syndrome, Reactive Arthritis can affect people of all ages, including children. While in most cases, symptoms of Reactive Arthritis last only 3 months to a year, people have also reported flare-ups for 12 months after the treatment of the autoimmune disorder. According to a report by the National Institutes of Health, every 5 out of 100,000 people have Reactive Arthritis in the United States. In this article, we will discuss the causes, symptoms, and treatment of Reactive Arthritis and explore the link between Reiter’s Syndrome and food poisoning.

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