Common allergic diseases include asthma, eczema, rhinitis, hives, insect allergies, food allergies, drug allergies and anaphylaxis.
In the case of a mild allergy, tests may not be necessary to identify the allergy. However, certain laboratory tests are suggested when the allergy is severe.
There are many confusing messages on allergy prevention. These following strategies have scientific backing and are currently recommended ...
We are becoming more allergic over time and we seem to be unable to tolerate our own environments.
Allergies are classified according to the substances causing them, or the parts of the body they affect.
Dr Adrian Morris MBChB (UCT), MFGP, DCH, Dip Allergy, Dip Derm (Cardiff). Ask a question
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