It's a real condition, as hard as that is to believe.
Although it's so much being cold, it's having a cold object in contact with her body that would cause the condition to flare. And it's entirely possible that, like a lot of allergies, she'll eventually outgrow it.
The Voice of the Night
[quote] I guess there's one good use for Florida, then.
Nope. According to the article, Florida isn't a good place for the little girl because of all the air conditioning.
The problem is that now that there's been this publicity, every Munchausen by proxy Super Mom will adopt it as the allergy-of-the-day.
I know, R4. Pretty soon we won't be able to wear perfume while eating nuts in an air conditioned room because little Colton or Tiffany might get a hive.
Except their names are Koltan and Tiffannnee, R5.
at some point, you have to wonder, maybe these kids weren't supposed to survive.
That was my thought, R7. A hundred years ago, they would have been weeded out of the group naturally, instead of encouraged.
I heard about this back in the 80s. A friend of a friend was getting allergic reactions to walking in cold water on the beach.