Harvard Heart Letter

Red meat allergy spread by ticks: A link to heart disease?

Research we’re watching A bite from a lone star tick can trigger an unusual allergy that causes hives, swelling of the throat and lips, or an upset stomach when you eat red meat. But that’s not all: people with this rare red meat allergy may be particularly prone to narrowed, stiff arteries in the heart, a new study finds. …

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