SORRY, BUT YOU DON'T HAVE AN ALLERGY!

@inproceedings{Morris2006SORRYBY,
  title={SORRY, BUT YOU DON'T HAVE AN ALLERGY!},
  author={Adrian Morris},
  year={2006}
}
It is all too easy to assume that any persistent non-specific symptom must be an allergy. The lay media and growing Internet culture breed self-diagnosis, and alternative allergy practices thrive on making diagnoses of food allergies, environmental intolerances and chemical sensitivities to a wealth of common substances. Very often these can never be substantiated or absolutely disproved. Non-specific symptoms linked to poor lifestyle such as tiredness, poor concentration, weight gain, food… CONTINUE READING