One of the first treatment avenues for a runny and itchy nose, or any other light to mild allergic reaction is likely to be over the counter medicine. Most patients tend to consider taking antihistamines. However, it’s essential to be mindful of the different types of antihistamines to select the Read more…
Allergy Clinic founder dr. Marinda McDonald recently appeared on Carte Blanche to share her thoughts and expertise about gluten intolerance and the dangers of gluten exposure for patients with coeliac disease.
Finding out your child has an allergy can be an overwhelming experience. Not only do you have to manage them from a medical perspective, but there is that constant tug, that worry, that need to protect.
Many people tend to confuse allergies with some of the common side-effects associated with flu shots. That’s why, when it comes to how your body might respond to a flu shot, it’s essential to draw a distinction.
Bullying is a universal phenomenon and must be dealt with a solid plan of action. But when a child is being food bullied, the response needs to be swift and decisive.
For most of us, a bee sting is likely to lead to temporary pain and discomfort. But if you’re allergic to bee venom, a sting can be very dangerous – and you might not even know that you’re allergic.