As we enter the worst allergy season in history, then you probably know someone right now who is suffering from runny nose, itchy nose, sneezing, itchy watery eyes or blocked nose who would be.
Avoiding allergic foods when infants start solids in the hope that this might prevent them from getting allergy is no longer correct preventative advice! New research published this week in the Jou.
In Australia, food allergies are estimated to affect approximately 10% of infants under one year of age and 4-8% of children under five years of age (1). Not only are food allergies common, research .
Spring is a beautiful time of year and most people welcome the warmer weather and longer days with open arms. Unfortunately, while there are plenty of reasons to love spring, for many Australians .
Think an antibacterial soap is safer and healthier for your family? The answer is No! Infact you might want to get rid of your antibacterial and antiseptic soaps or soaps claiming they kill 99.9% of b.
Struggling with hay fever, asthma or allergic eye symptoms? You are not alone. 1 in 5 Australians suffer from allergies. Finally there is a new era of allergy treatments available for patients sufferi.
Recent research has revealed a strong link between the two, causing a recent change in the way doctors now treat them. Hay fever now affects 3 million Australians. This means that 1 in 5 of us h.
Patients seeing a Doctor about facial pain is a common presentation in clinical practice and seen by our Doctors regularly at Australian Allergy Centre with patients who are concerned about sinusitis .
The essential benefits of vitamin D to overall health are numerous and well acknowledged. Researchers are now discovering that vitamin D may play a role in food allergy and other allergic condit.