There is always that kid. He or she is allergic to almost everything. Whether it’s nuts, gluten, or soy, it seems like that kid has no fun at all. Though no one in my family has any major allergies, they often affect me. My four cats, for example, are never a crowd pleaser for “those people.” It seems that since there are so many allergies, scientists would have a thorough understanding of many of them, yet currently, this is not really the case. According to the National Institute of Health, in the US, alone, there are 15,000 to 30,000 anaphylaxis episodes each year, and about 100 to 200 deaths.