Five insect allergies that might pop up this summer

Five insect allergies that might pop up this summer Warmer temperatures, longer days, barbecues, and ice creams are some of the best parts of summer. But there’s always something to come along and ruin it. And when it comes to... Read More...

Four common questions about food allergies answered

Four common questions about food allergies answered It’s estimated around two million people in the UK are living with a food allergy and the numbers are rising. Having a food allergy can be nerve-wracking at the best of times and... Read More...

How to handle your contact dermatitis

How to handle your contact dermatitis If you have contact dermatitis, you’re probably more than familiar with that feeling of hot sandpaper being dragged over your skin that can arise simply from washing your hands. And in the past year,... Read More...

Three summer allergies that aren’t hay fever

Three summer allergies that aren’t hay fever Summer’s just around the corner. And for many, that means later nights, going out to see friends (now we can again), and just having some fun.  But for some, it’s their signal to... Read More...

Three more allergies you probably haven’t heard of

Three more allergies you probably haven’t heard of Back in February, we talked about three unusual allergies you don’t see every day. We’ve all heard of people who are allergic to dogs or peanuts, but red meat? Reptiles? Money? You... Read More...

Ibuprofen and paracetamol: can you have a medicine allergy?

Ibuprofen and paracetamol: can you have a medicine allergy? We all have that draw or cupboard in the house - you know the one. It’s where we keep our medicine. And one handy tool we always stay stocked up on... Read More...

The global impact of COVID-19 on chronic urticaria

The global impact of COVID-19 on chronic urticaria The COVID-19 pandemic disrupted almost everything. It’s affected schools, workplaces, shops, and even medical practices. But the impact of the pandemic on various health conditions like chronic urticaria (CU), which affects 50... Read More...

FAQ: Is it hay fever or COVID?

FAQ: Is it hay fever or COVID? The sun’s finally making an appearance again, lockdown is lifting, and we’re all getting a much-needed taste of freedom. But we’re also entering prime pollen season and are still facing a global pandemic.... Read More...

What is oral allergy syndrome?

What is oral allergy syndrome? Do you ever get that funny feeling in your mouth after eating where your tongue feels itchy, your throat feels scratchy, and your lips go numb? It’s possible you have oral allergy syndrome.  There will... Read More...

Three things at the gym that could be causing your allergies

Three things at the gym that could be causing your allergies On April 12th, parts of the UK will finally reopen, including gyms. For some, this is fantastic news. From professional goals to personal ones like eating better and exercising... Read More...

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