• 15 OCT 21
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    Hives ( Urticaria )

    Hives (Urticaria) What are hives? Urticaria (sometimes called hives) is raised, red, itchy areas on the skin that appear as an allergic skin reaction. Urticaria is classed as: Acute urticaria – if it develops suddenly and lasts less than six weeks. About 1 in 6 people will have at least one bout of urticaria in

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    • 15 OCT 21
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    Food Allergy

    Food allergy occurs in around 1 in 20 children and in about 1 in 100 adults. The majority of food allergies in children is not severe, and will disappear with time. The most common triggers are hen’s egg, cow’s milk, peanuts and tree nuts. Less common triggers include seafood, sesame, soy, fish and wheat. Peanuts,

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    • 18 OCT 21
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    Exercise induced bronchospasm

      What is exercise induced bronchospasm? Exercise-induced bronchospasm (EIB) happens if the airways in your lungs shrink while you are exercising. Then it can be hard for you to exercise for more than 30 minutes. You may have wheezing, difficulty breathing, or chest pain. The symptoms start after 15 to 30 minutes of nonstop exercise.

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    • 16 OCT 21
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    Environmental Control

    Environmental Control Some common triggers of asthma symptoms are cigarette smoke, perfume, strong odors, and cold air. Other environmental factors that can affect patients with asthma include weather and climate changes, pollens, house dust, molds, and animals.   Smoking Pipe, cigarette, and cigar smoke are harmful to children and adults in general, but the smoke

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