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Bee venom can spread quickly through your body and attack your cells. Usually, the damage is minor and symptoms disappear within a few days. But if you’re allergic to bee stings, the reaction can be deadly.

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Dr. Arun Tiwari, one of our DNA Day experts, answers the question, “Does DNA determine allergies?”

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Can you tailor a medication like penicillin so that a person is no longer allergic to it?

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DNA Day experts answer your questions about genetics and allergies . Learn More about DNA Day.

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Can allergy sufferers train their bodies not to overreact to peanuts and other allergens?

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Could your annoying allergies and asthma attacks be a result of too much soap and hand sanitizer?

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Oral allergy syndrome causes itchiness and swelling in the mouth and throat when eating some fruits, vegetables, and nuts.

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DNA Day experts answer your questions about genetics and allergies . Learn More about DNA Day.

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There is currently no cure for food allergies. But some promising treatments, including immunotherapy, are being studied.

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A recent experiment has provided one more reason not to dust (as if you needed it). 

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