1/3 of the UK population will suffer from some sort of an allergic response at some point in their lives. Hospital admissions due to severe anaphylaxis have been increasing at an alarming rate - London has experienced the highest increase of 167%. The increase in younger children is even higher. The Coroners report following the death of Karan, who died when cheese was thrown at him; highlights essential recommendations for schools and guidance for pupils experiencing serious allergic reactions.
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Bad air quality - what does it mean for our health?
Do you know the air quality levels in the area where you live, or even in your own home? The quality of air is important not just for the 5.4 million people in the UK who are currently receiving treatment for asthma, but also for those concerned about the adverse effects of pollution on their health.
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Dogs have allergies too?!
In many surprising ways, dogs are just like humans. Get clued up on how to recognise if your pet is having an allergic or anaphylactic reaction, what you can do to in this situation and how to get help fast.