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What?s new in the diagnosis and management of food allergy in children? 20th July 2015

06/06/2013 A recent UK/Australian article published in the journal Asia Pacific Allergy reviews the recent advances in the diagnosis and management of food allergy in children. It looks at the emerging technology of component testing, moves to standardisation of allergy

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Professor John Warner awarded OBE in Queen?s Birthday Honours in recognition for his research into food allergies 20th July 2015

18th June 2013 Professor John Warner, a former trustee of the Anaphylaxis Campaign and now an active member of our Clinical and Scientific panel has been awarded an OBE in the Queen’s Birthday Honours for services to food allergy research.

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AlleRiC study: Thanks for your help so far! 20th July 2015

08/07/2013 We want to say a massive thank you to all those who got involved in our focus group sessions in June for the AlleRiC study. They have been really important to the project and brought us some fascinating and

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Allergy sufferers put at risk from fast food takeaways 20th July 2015

Over two thirds of businesses violated food information regulations An undercover investigation by the Royal Society for Public Health (RSPH) has found just over two thirds of takeaways appear to be breaking the law. The investigation, which included 10 types

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Making sense of Allergies guide published 4th June 2015 20th July 2015

Confusion about allergies is putting people needlessly at risk say experts and medical charities1. In Making Sense of Allergies2, a guide published today by Sense About Science3, allergy specialists and charities warn that essential information and life-saving actions are being

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Food allergy and the Americans with Disabilities Act 20th July 2015

12/02/2013 A recent posting on this website highlighted the fact that the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) covers food allergies in some circumstances: https://www.anaphylaxis.org.uk/living-with-anaphylaxis/news/members-news/food-allergy-and-the-americans-with-disabilities-act- Further media coverage this week clarifies the issue, explaining that  the ADA does not require all restaurants

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The Asian community and an increase in reporting of allergies 20th July 2015

In recent years, we have noticed an increase in the reporting of allergies from the Asian community.  There has been some evidence that the reason for the increase is due to the Indian diet which uses a lot of dals and

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The Anaphylaxis Campaign contributes to the world’s biggest study of food allergies: Integrated Approaches to Food Allergen and Allergy Risk Management (iFAAM) 20th July 2015

25/03/13 The world’s biggest ever study of food allergies, spear headed by the University of Manchester, was launched on Friday 22nd March 2013.  The €9 million EU funded project builds on an earlier €14.3 million research study and will involve

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Thresholds and ?Free From? ? An explanation 20th July 2015

The food industry has made huge improvements in recent years in its provision of products for the food allergic community as well as those with specific dietary needs. However, we have recently found that there can be confusion about the

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