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Oral allergy syndrome

Food allergies are usually discovered in childhood, but adults can develop food allergies too. People with the adult-onset food allergy known as oral allergy syndrome have hay fever and experience an itchy mouth, scratchy throat, or swelling of the lips, mouth, tongue, and throat after eating certain raw fruits and vegetables or some tree nuts. …

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