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Five Allergy Fighting FoodsappleAn apple, potato, and onion all taste the same if you eat them with your nose plugged. They all taste sweet. Credit: AP
Five Allergy Fighting FoodsFish Fish are for sale on a street in Wukan, a fishing village in the southern province of Guangdong on December 18, 2011. Protesting villagers in Wukan said they will march on government offices this week unless the body of a local leader is released and four villagers in police custody are freed.(Credit: STR/AFP/GettyImages)
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Five Allergy Fighting FoodsSouthern Sudan's Independence Referendum Vote Passes 60 Percent Participation Validation MarkYAMBIO, SUDAN - JANUARY 16: Peanuts are displayed for sale in a market on the first day after the conclusion of the referendum vote January 16, 2011 in the town of Yambio, south Sudan. Yambio, a poor and isolated town near the borders of Central African Republic (CAR) and the Congo, has had a history of conflict due to the presence of the shadowy paramilitary group the Lords Resistance Army (LRA) which has terrorized much of the population along the border regions of the three countries. South Sudan, one of the worlds poorest regions, has concluded an independence referendum following a historic 2005 peace treaty that brought to an end decades of civil war between the Arab north and predominantly Christian and animist south. The south is expected to vote around 99 percent to secede from the north which will also give it a majority of Sudans oil. The results, which will be announced next month, is expected to split Africas largest country in two. Over two million people were killed in the north-south civil war which began in the 1950`s. (Photo by Spencer Platt/Getty Images)(Credit: Spencer Platt/Getty Images)
Five Allergy Fighting FoodsRed grapesTO GO WITH AFP STORY Bunches of crison sidless stock grapes at Viu Mament vineyard in Santa Cruz, epicenter of the Colchagua valley, some 160 km south from Santiago, on March 15, 2008. The Grape Harvest Festival began in March in many vineyards, where the white stocks like Chardonnay and Sauvignon Blanc are the first to be harvested, followed by the red ones like Syrah, Merlot, Cabernet Sauvignon, and ending with the Carmenere, which is said to be Chile's emblematic stock, after phylloxera made it disappear from France, the only other country in which such stock existed. AFP PHOTO/MARTIN BERNETTI (Photo credit should read MARTIN BERNETTI/AFP/Getty Images)(Credit: MARTIN BERNETTI/AFP/Getty Images)