Thursday, May 30, 2019 01:26 PM

ARIANA GRANDE'S THROAT ALMOST CLOSED AFTER AN ALLERGIC REACTION TO ...

What's the connection between produce and tree pollen? Basically, your body mistakes proteins found in certain produce for allergens found in trees and plants, per the AAAAI[1]. When you eat these foods, your body triggers an allergic response to fight what it thinks are dangerous foreign substances. This leads to some uncomfortable symptoms, such as an itchy or swollen mouth, face, lip, tongue, or throat, according to the AAAAI[2]. In rare cases, OAS can cause anaphylaxis[3], which is a potentially life-threatening allergic reaction.References^ AAAAI (www.aaaai.org)^ AAAAI (www.aaaai.org)^ anaphylaxis (www.mayoclinic.org)

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