Certain fruits, veggies may react with seasonal allergies

08/31/2007 | Washington Post (tiered subscription model), The

Oral allergy syndrome, which occurs in up to one-third of people with seasonal allergies, can cause swelling or tingling in the mouth and throat after eating certain fresh produce, which reacts with seasonal pollen. Possible allergenic, reactive foods include cucumbers, melon, pears and cherries.

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