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From the distance I heard my brother yelling at me from across the soccer field but in my mind I thought he was just asking me for water His voice sounded like he needed something urgently I got up and grabbed his water bottle but as the team ran by he walked towards me instead I sensed something was wrong As he approached me closer and closer the more I could see his face was filled with fear I began to yell to get my parents attention because they had the keys to the car Once I had the keys I took off my sandals and sprinted to the car where his medicine lay I rushed back to give my parents the medicine and I could see his face and eyes turning red almost purple I could sense his difficulty breathing Isaacs body was full of bumps that resembled chicken pox A crowd quickly surrounded him as if he was an interesting piece of art I was scared to see him like that but I was more scared about the possibility of losing himIt was not until three years ago that my brother started suffering from Anaphylaxis attacks after he ate The term Anaphylaxis refers to a food allergy The first attack he got was when my father forced him to eat a banana that was too ripe Isaac was only twelve years old at the time so he thought that an overripe banana meant it was expired and filled with toxic chemicals thankfully it was not The doctor said that his anger is what triggered his reaction Now his allergy attacks happen if he consumes any food not any specific type of food and then performs physical activity without having waited at least thirty minutes My twin brothers practice with their FC Dallas soccer team Mondays Wednesdays and Fridays from six to nine in the afternoon at Greenhill a private school
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