Shine this Summer

10 Jan 2018

Summer is our favourite time of year, the sun is out, the weather is warm and it’s time for get-togethers, travel, and holidays with friends and family. Are you Summer Ready? For allergy care we have you sorted, every step of the way. We want you to shine this season.

If you’re managing eczema, there’s no need to stay indoors all summer long. We have some simple tips to make sure you can manage your eczema during the warmer months.

We all love holidays with family and allergies shouldn’t hold you back. With the holiday season upon us, we’ve put together a series with advice on travelling with allergies to ensure healthy happy holidays. 

Festive eating, both at home and abroad is an exciting experience and while everyone’s dietary considerations are different there are some simple ways to approach eating with allergies so you can make the most of the season’s delights. 

The recently launched Red Sneaker Campaign sends a strong message to families across the globe about the need for more awareness on food allergy and the importance of diligence around festive eating. Today, almost 3% of Australian children are allergic to peanuts and tragically, in some cases exposure or consumption can be fatal. Allergy Medical continues to contribute to significant developments in peanut allergy research and offers a Peanut Program that may prevent high risk” infants from developing peanut allergy.

Melbourne’s shocking thunderstorm asthma” event is an important reminder that even mild asthma sufferers can rapidly become acutely affected and without an action plan and current medication they are at risk. In a recent post we explain this rare phenomenon and the symptoms that can be indicators of other inhalant allergies.

Ask us how we can help you with lasting relief from allergy, eczema, asthma and intolerances. Here’s to healthy, happy holidays.

Thunderstorms and allergy
Part 3 - Allergy Travel Products
Part 2 - Travelling with Food Allergy