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RAISING YOUR AWARENESS ABOUT ALLERGIES AND FOOD LABELLING

Some foods and food components can cause severe allergic reactions, including anaphylaxis. Unfortunately, it is not always eas.

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Anaphylaxis in Australia on the Increase

Allergic diseases are among the fastest growing chronic conditions in developed countries, and Australia is no exception. In recent decades, food allergy and anaphylaxis have emerged as a major public.

Should patients be tested for metal allergies before joint replacement surgeries?

The question of whether patients should be tested for metal allergies prior to joint replacement surgeries, is a topical issue amongst orthopaedic specialists. Concerns have arisen about the role m.

The Australian Allergy Centre recommends FRIENDLY FOOD as a must-have in the kitchen for anyone with food sensitivities!

Friendly Food, part of the Food for Life series published by Murdoch Books, is more th.

WARNING: UNORTHODOX METHODS OF DIAGNOSING ALLERGY HAVE NO EVIDENCE.

Allergy is a science-based specialty. Accurate diagnosis and management of allergic disorders requires reliable allergy testing, and treatment which is evidence based and proven within scientific r.

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THE AUSTRALIAN ALLERGY CENTRE SUPPORTS THE CHOOSING WISELY AUSTRALIA® CAMPAIGN.

Choosing Wisely Australia® is an initiative which aims to improve the quality of healthcare in Australia and help Australians make better decisions relating to their health. There are a complexity of.

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THE AUSTRALIAN ALLERGY CENTRE OPENS ITS DOORS IN WOLLONGONG

It is with great pleasure that we announce the grand opening of our newest Australian Allergy Centre, located in Wollongong! With the rapid rise in allergic disease in the past 30 years, the demand fo.

THE AUSTRALIAN ALLERGY CENTRE INTRODUCES THE OPTION OF AN EXTENDED NUT PANEL FOR ALLERGY TESTING

The Australian Allergy Centre is excited to announce the expansion of its Food Allergy panels for skin prick testing, with the introduction of extensive tree nut testing. At the Australia.

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Could a lick of peanut butter for your infant save their life?

New study reverses previous recommendations to delay introduction of peanuts for high risk allergy kids .