Whether it is pollen in the summer or a type of food or food ingredient, keeping track of symptoms and triggers can help you prevent allergy attacks and help your doctor identify the best treatments for your allergy.
A bee sting is painful and irritating for several hours, but not too serious for most people. However, for around 1 in 150 children and 3 in 100 adults, a sting from a bee can trigger a serious allergic reaction, including anaphylactic shock.
Each year, thousands of children face a struggle to make the grade in their summer exams because of the debilitating effect of hayfever. Here are tips on how to help your child minimise the effects of nasal allergies at school.
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