About four in 100 children have some sort of food allergy. An allergy is when the body overacts to a substance that’s not really a threat. Allergic reactions can vary in intensity and duration. Some children have mild flare-ups that only last a few minutes. Other children can have life-threatening symptoms, like diarrhea and swelling of the throat. Typically, allergies appear with these symptoms. Hives (itchy, red bumps on the skin) Wheezing Tightness in the throat Runny or stuffy nose Swelling of the face, legs or arms Itchy skin Coughing...

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