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Life happens. Be prepared

Some days, life happens and things just don’t go right. This can be life-threatening if you’ve got a severe allergy. Being prepared and having friends who know what to do in an emergency can make all the difference. To help raise awareness about severe allergies and what to do in an emergency tag your key support team with our app.

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Useful tips for people living with allergies

Managing severe food allergy in the workplace

If you have a food allergy or if you are an employer or colleague of someone with a food allergy…

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Tips to simplify eating out with food allergy

Eating out can be stressful when you have a food allergy but there are things you can do to lessen the anxiety. Food is something that links us with every other person on the planet. We

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10 steps to keep your home safe when a member of the family has a food allergy

10 steps to keep your home safe when a member of the family has a food allergy…

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5 top tips for having your allergy medication with you or easily accessible

Because allergic reactions can become very serious very quickly, your medication must be with you at all times…

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Do your kids have friends with food allergies? Here’s what you need to know before they visit

Do your kids have friends with food allergies? Here’s what you need to know before they visit…

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Emergency allergy medication: 5 key facts

Understanding what to do in an emergency can be a life-saving measure for people with severe allergies.

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Understanding severe allergies: where to learn more

There is a lot to learn about severe allergies. Whether you have them yourself or someone close to you has one, understanding how to manage the allergy – or being understanding for your friend/family member –

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Kids parties and food allergies: 5 tips for parents

Because there’s often a focus on food at kids’ parties, if your child has a severe food allergy they can become tricky to situations to handle.

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Travelling with severe allergies

Holidays can be the highlight of the year, so don’t risk them being ruined by an allergic reaction. A little forward planning can make all the difference to having a happy, allergy-free holiday.

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Air travel with severe food allergy

You will already know that you should never take a risk with food, but this is especially true when you’re in the air away from access to medical help.

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Teenagers and allergies: helping them cope

Being a teenager is difficult enough without throwing a severe allergy into the mix. So it’s important that the transition to managing their own allergy is not too sudden.

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Parent’s 10-point plan for managing the risk of anaphylaxis at school

Notify the school about your child’s allergy as early as possible Be clear about which foods, insect bites or stings or other allergens may trigger an anaphylactic reaction in your child. Assist them with details on

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The Ooey Ooey Wiggles Allergy Competition has now closed!

Do you have a brother or sister with an allergy? Or even a cousin or a friend at school? If so, it’s important to know a little bit about allergies. Take our quick allergy quiz to

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Help children understand allergies with Tommy’s Big Birthday eBook

Learn about how The Wiggles help Tommy and his friends celebrate Tommy’s 3rd birthday.

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Sharing is preparing! Why you need to tell people about your allergy.

Having a severe allergy, or finding out that your child has one, is probably not the best news you’ve ever received. But if you can learn to manage it well, you can minimise the impact on

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Food allergies. What friends and family need to know

Avoiding trigger allergens can be a challenge when they are found in everyday foods.

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