New! Spice Allergy Information for Patients
Spices and other food additives are extremely common in both packaged and home-made foods. Patients with food allergies may not think about those ingredients as triggers for their allergies. We now have a summary article that tells patients about the types of spice allergy reactions and how allergist/immunologists test for them. It is available in both English and Spanish.
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