Do you ever wonder why foods are recalled? Contaminants and food-borne illnesses are the main culprits. Find out what you should do if you eat a recalled food.
Is it safe to eat moldy food? A dietitian explains what happens if you eat mold accidentally, and what you should (and shouldn’t) do if your food goes bad.
A treatment program developed at Cleveland Clinic for peanut-allergic preschoolers and babies has proven effective at helping children overcome their food allergy. Find out more about this life-changing – and perhaps life-saving – outcome.
They sing, they soar, they swarm, they… make for a tasty snack? Brood X cicadas have descended upon the Eastern United States for the first time in 17 years, and they’re showing up on some peoples’ plates. A dietitian weighs in.
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You know allergies can make you miserable. But will you have to suffer with them for life, or is it possible to grow out of them? Learn more from a Cleveland Clinic allergist.
A food or drug intolerance can be a nuisance, but an allergy may be life-threatening. Find out how to tell the difference and manage your reactions.
Can certain food allergies cause your baby to have diaper rash? Find out from a pediatric allergist.
If you’re planning to travel but have allergies, it may be difficult to know how to plan accordingly. If you or a family member has allergies — whether seasonal, animal, dust or food-related — it’s a good idea to work them into your trip preparations so you’re not caught unaware. With a little planning, this Cleveland Clinic allergy expert says you can travel comfortably.
If you’re hoping to save money or time by using a home allergy test to find out what’s causing your allergy symptoms, you may want to reconsider. Home tests may not have the answers.
Processed food has become more American than apple pie. But chemical additives in the food, if consumed in large quantities, may be a health concern. Here are five additives you should avoid.