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pertaining to or having an allergy.
allergic reaction a local or general reaction characterized by altered reactivity of the animal body to an antigenic substance; see also allergy.
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Relating to any response stimulated by an allergen.
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1. Of, characterized by, or caused by an allergy: an allergic reaction to airborne pollen.
2. Having an allergy: allergic children; highly allergic to penicillin.
3. Informal Having a dislike; averse: allergic to work.
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adjective Pertaining to, caused or affected by an allergy. Cf Allergenic.
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Relating to any response stimulated by an allergen.
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Relating to any response stimulated by an allergen.
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Q. ALLERGIES what are they,who gets them,are they caused by pollen and food?

A. Allergy is the exaggerated and out-of-place reaction of the immune system to external substances or stimuli that are not harmful to the body, so the reaction actually damages the body instead of helping it.

The may be pollen and foods, as well as insect stings, drugs and almost any other substances.

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