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15th December 2017
Mylan UK has released an updated EpiPen® demonstration video to reflect changes to instructions on the administration of EpiPen® and EpiPen® Junior adrenaline auto-injector, which is available to view on Vimeo. More information about the changes are also detailed in a statement available on the www.epipen.co.uk website, as follows  Mylan UK has recently received approval for […]
13th December 2017
Over the first 12 days of December we shared some top tips on social media from our helpline and information team about things to be extra aware of at Christmas time when you have an allergy including… … chocolate, alcohol, your Christmas tree, nutmeg, celebrations including the office Christmas party, Christmas cake, brussel sprouts, marzipan […]
8th December 2017
8th December 2017 We recognise that many people are increasingly making lifestyle choices when it comes to their diet, choosing to exclude certain food groups as an ethical choice, with the intention of losing weight or for other health reasons, and respect their decision to do so. We would always advise speaking to your GP […]
6th December 2017
6th December 2017 Two men have been charged with manslaughter following the death of 15-year old Megan Lee on 1st January 2017. Megan had eaten food from the Royal Spice Indian takeaway in Hyndburn, Lancashire on Friday December 30th 2016 before experiencing an apparent severe allergic reaction. She was admitted to Royal Blackburn Hospital but […]