What is the Schools Allergy Code? The Schools Allergy Code is a free best practice guide for allergy managment in schools. It provides schools with a clear framework to follow,...
Tips for reading food and ingredients labels. How allergens should be highlighted and understanding “may contain” warnings. Article by allergy author and mum, Alexa Baracaia.
There are an estimated two million people in the UK living with a diagnosed food allergy…
Identify the symptoms of an allergic reaction and how to recognise anaphylaxis.
If someone is experiencing an allergic reaction, it’s important to treat them quickly to relieve the symptoms.
Hearing or reading about allergy related incidents in the media can be really difficult, especially if you are the parent or carer of someone with a food allergy.
There are different types of eczema, but atopic eczema is most common. Sometimes it’s referred to as atopic dermatitis.
How can you prepare your child to become more independent in managing their food allergy and what age is the “right” age to get started?
School residential trips can provide a great opportunity for pupils with food allergies to exercise some independence, but they can cause anxiety…
What is the link between hay fever and food allergy and how can you manage the symptoms?
Your first allergy appointment; how to prepare, and skin-prick tests and blood tests explained.
FPIES is a rare type of food allergy that mostly affects babies and young children.
Author and journalist Emma Amoscato shares her tips on managing anxiety when your child has a food allergy.
Travelling with food allergies might seem daunting but with some planning ahead it can be a great experience for the whole family.
Families have often asked us “where or how do I report an allergic reaction?”
How to support your child if they are being bullied because of their food allergies, including advice from Clinical Psychologist, Dr Karen Murphy.