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Is their a correlation between age and allergic reaction? 

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Allergy is the immune response for particular substances like pollen, dust, fur and some food particles which has become hypersensitive. An immune system protects the body from viruses, diseases, and infections etc. Allergens trigger the production of antibodies like IgE during the contact of pollen, dust, latex, and pet dander, etc.

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Allergy is the most common immunological diseases. It is mostly occurring in children. Over time people seem to disappear their pet allergies, hay fever, and even food allergies. Doctors still don’t know the exact reasons.

Allergy reaction is differing among people, t...

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