Why allergies can cause asthma

This is the first in a series of articles about allergic reactions.

This one looks at how asthma can develop and lead to allergic reactions, and explains why you might not know what to look for.

If you’re having an allergic reaction, you might think you’ve just caught it from something that smells bad.

But if you think your reaction is related to a specific food or a specific ingredient, you need to know the exact ingredient that may cause the reaction.

The ingredient you’re allergic to is called the allergen, and the allergens that cause the most common allergic reactions are the ones you can actually smell.

That’s why it’s important to test for allergenic ingredients in your food and drink, including dairy products, eggs, nuts, wheat, and soy.

For more information on food allergies, including how to find the allergen that’s causing your allergy, read our guide to foods that cause allergic reactions: What you need the allergist to test your food forThe most common food allergies include:Allergic reactions to peanuts, tree nuts, soy, tree fruit, dairy productsAllergic reaction to dairy products include whey, milk, eggs and shellfishAllergic Reaction to nuts and shellacAllergic Response to citrusAllergic Reactions to egg yolksAllergies to dairy, meat, and seafood are more common.

If you think you’re more likely to develop an allergic response, ask your allergist for a test that can tell you if your reaction may be caused by something in your diet or environment.

If so, you can learn how to tell if you’re getting an allergic food reaction from your symptoms.

If it doesn’t look like your symptoms are due to an allergy, you should be able to avoid the problem completely.