ALLERGIES

Are the 5th leading cause
of chronic illness in the U.S.

AIRBORNE ALLERGIES

Airborne allergies are the most common, and many people have
more than one type of indoor or outdoor allergy. These include
pollen, mold spores, dust mites, and pet dander.

AIRBORNE ALLERGIES

Airborne allergies are the most common, and many people have more than one type of indoor or outdoor allergy. These include pollen, mold spores, dust mites, and pet dander.

More than 17 million adults and

more than 6 million children have hay fever.

FOOD ALLERGIES

Peanuts, milk, and shellfish are the three most common food allergens. Children are more likely to have food allergies than adults.

FOOD ALLERGIES

Peanuts, milk, and shellfish are the three most common food allergens. Children are more likely to have food allergies than adults.

FOOD ALLERGIES

Peanuts, milk, and shellfish are the three most common food allergens. Children are more likely to have food allergies than adults.

More than 38 percent of children with

food allergies have severe reactions.

LESS COMMON ALLERGIES

Other types of allergies may be less common, but create severe reactions for sufferers:

  • Skin allergies (Eczema, hives, poison ivy)
  • Drug allergies (Penicillin)
  • Insect allergies (Bee and wasp stings, ant bites, dust mites)
  • Latex allergies

LESS COMMON ALLERGIES

Other types of allergies may be less common, but create severe reactions for sufferers:

  • Skin allergies (Eczema, hives, poison ivy)
  • Drug allergies (Penicillin)
  • Insect allergies (Bee and wasp stings, ant bites, dust mites)
  • Latex allergies

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