Childhood allergies are commonly heard of but it’s possible to develop food allergies during adulthood. The cause isn’t clear but it could be gut related.
An allergic reaction to foods can vary from mild itching to trouble breathing. Can you outgrow a food allergy?
Celiac disease, gluten sensitivity, and wheat allergy – are they the same?
What are common mishaps children encounter, and how can you manage them?
Dr David Lau, ENT specialist at Gleneagles Hospital, answers some frequently asked questions about common paediatric ear, nose and throat ailments like colds, flus, allergies, and more.
Food intolerance can trigger some reactions similar to food allergy, so we may be confused between the two. Symptoms and triggers can differ between the two.
Learn how to tell if you have allergies and what to do if you experience an allergic reaction.
With an effective action plan to combat childhood asthma in place, you and your child can both breathe easy.
Children can develop allergic reactions to food. This article discusses the symptoms and treatment of food allergy and differentiates food allergy from food intolerance.
Allergic reactions to drugs can occur with use of any type of drug. It is important to seek medical advice if you suspect you have a drug allergy.
Unlike antihistamines which only treat allergy symptoms, allergy shots and allergy drops treat the allergy itself, and can provide lasting relief from allergies.
As the parent of a child with eczema, you know the frustration this condition can bring. Learn how you can better manage eczema with tips from a paediatrician in this article.
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