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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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Legumes are a family of plants used for food. They include peanuts, soya, lupin, green beans, green peas and fenugreek. Read more…
In our 25th anniversary year, the Anaphylaxis Campaign needs your support more than ever. The Anaphylaxis Awareness Week is just one way to raise awareness. Read more…
We have developed a guide for employees and employers to help people with severe allergies at work, including an adult allergy action plan. Read more…
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20th March 2019
March 2019 The Food Standards Agency (FSA) and Food Standards Scotland (FSS) have developed guidance to help food businesses carry out food safety withdrawals and recalls with greater ease and effectiveness. The Anaphylaxis Campaign were involved in the development of the guidance as members of Food Recalls Steering Group and one of the Working Groups, […]
13th March 2019
The Anaphylaxis Campaign is saddened to learn of the death of Lee Darker, a 48-year-old pest controller who was stung by a wasp during a routine call out on the 17th September 2017. An inquest into his death held in Harrogate, North Yorkshire heard that he died after experiencing a severe allergic reaction known as […]
28th February 2019
The Government has announced that the NHS prescription charge in England is set to increase by 20p to £9.00 from Monday 1st April 2019. The cost of a prescription prepayment certificate for 3 months will remain £29.10 and a prescription prepayment certificate for 12 months will remain £104. The Anaphylaxis Campaign are part of the […]
Two young girls from St Ninian’s High School, show extreme courage as they take centre stage and host presentations to fellow pupils and teachers about living with allergies.
22nd February 2019
22/02/2019 Living with allergies isn’t something you should be concerned about talking to others about. In fact, being open and talking about the allergies you are living with could make things easier. The more people who have knowledge of the day to day struggles and the potentially fatal consequences, the better it will be for […]