Nothing to Sneeze At
Allergies have been growing in prevalence over the past few decades, particularly in Western nations. And while allergies among children often receive the lion's share of attention, the reality is that many adults suddenly find themselves dealing with allergies they did not have earlier in life. One study found, for instance, that that almost half of the grown-ups with food allergies had developed at least one of their allergies in adulthood. Here's a closer look at the issue of adult-onset allergies and the various types of allergies one might suddenly find themselves dealing with later in life.
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