The chances of developing food allergy is high during adulthood, study suggests

If you thought that you might only develop food allergies during your childhood, think again. The researchers at the American College of Allergy, Asthma and Immunology have found that around 50% of people develop food allergies after the age of 17.

The study also showed that around 35% of the seafood allergies don’t poke up until adulthood. It also came to a conclusion that immediate assistance from the doctor should be attained when the allergic condition is recognized in someone.