Summertime means barbeques, picnics, and an occasional insect bite. But for people suffering from food allergies it can also mean some serious reactions.
Symptoms can start minutes after eating the offending food; or as long as a few hours after. Problems may range from mild, itchy bumps and stomachaches to severe and life-threatening symptoms like swelling of the throat and breathing difficulties.
Ed Neuzil, Board Certified Advanced Practice Registered Nurse at Allergy Sinus & Asthma Family Health Center explains how they can identify and manage your food allergy symptoms.