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Around one third of the UK population (approximately 19 million people) will develop an allergy at some time in their lives.
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We have developed a comprehensive guide for employees and employers to help people with severe allergies at work, including an adult allergy action plan. Read more…
Our Support Groups are organised by our friendly volunteers, and are the perfect chance to meet other people living with severe allergies in your local area. Read more…
Every school is likely to have at least one pupil who is severely allergic to a type of food, and many schools will have more. Read more…
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21st June 2021
Following a consultation with the care sector and the public, the Government has announced it is bringing forward regulations to make vaccination a condition for any individual working in a CQC-regulated care home providing nursing or personal care in England. The regulations still need to be approved by parliament which will then be followed by […]
15th June 2021
The family of Owen Carey have launched a campaign to introduce ‘Owen’s Law’ to legally require that restaurants include information about the top 14 allergens on the face of their menus. Currently, restaurants are permitted to provide this information in a any format they chose, including verbally only. Owen’s family have created a petition to […]
8th June 2021
The Food Standards Agency (FSA) has set out a plan of how local authorities can get back to food hygiene and standards work after dealing with the coronavirus pandemic. The recovery plan for local authorities proposes a restart to the regulatory system for the highest risk businesses and providing greater flexibility for lower risk firms. […]
Findings from report shows how effective and safe Immunotherapy is as first line treatment for those with severe allergies
28th May 2021
The British Society for Allergy and Clinical Immunology Registry for Immunotherapy (BRIT) has published its first report documenting its findings here Launched in October 2018, this online national registry collects data from patients receiving allergen immunotherapy to aeroallergens and venom, as well as omalizumab for chronic urticaria, to the end of describing treatments and services as well […]