Allergies to cow milk or cow milk products can lead to constipation in children, states the Mayo Clinic. However, an inactive lifestyle and poor diet cause the majority of constipation cases, rather than a food allergy, ... More »

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Although laxatives are an effective treatment for constipation, WebMD does not recommend them unless lifestyle and dietary changes fail to produce any effect. When constipated, avoid eating foods high in fat and low in f... More »

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Various foods, such as chocolate, cheese, milk and red meat, can cause constipation, according to MedicineNet. Certain foods, such as unripe bananas, coffee and other drinks containing caffeine, can make constipation wor... More »

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Allergies often cause rashes and itchy eyes, which are not typical symptoms of a cold, states Healthline. Allergies never cause body aches or fever, but colds sometimes do. Both allergies and colds can cause runny nose, ... More »

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The most common causes of food allergies are milk, eggs and fish, as well as crustacean shellfish, tree nuts and peanuts, according to the University of Nebraska-Lincoln. These six foods, along with wheat and soy, make u... More »

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Post-nasal drip, itchy eyes, sneezing and coughing are common symptoms of a mold allergy, states Mayo Clinic. Additionally, a mold allergy may cause a skin irritation or rash, according to MedicineNet. More »

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Food-allergy symptoms include hives or itching, wheezing or breathing difficulties, dizziness, abdominal distress, mouth swelling or tingling, and swelling, particularly in the face, states Mayo Clinic. Severe food aller... More »

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