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Allergies, Colds, and Food Intolerance

Allergies, Colds, and Food Intolerance

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  • Colds may cause a fever, and symptoms resolve in two weeks or less; allergies do not cause fever and symptoms persist for much longer
  • Food allergies may trigger asthma symptoms in some people, and asthma may increase your risk of migraines
  • A true food allergy involves an immune response; a food intolerance produces symptoms without involving your immune system

By Dr. Mercola

A runny nose, watery eyes, sore throat, sneezing and coughing are among the most common symptoms of the common cold. Yet, they're also experienced by people with allergies. How can you tell the difference?

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