On July 1, 2011, a newer version of the pneumococcal vaccine – Prevenar 13 was introduced on the National Immunisation Register, replacing the older vaccine – Prevenar in all...
Cow’s milk is a common cause of food allergy in infants, but most grow out of this condition and ongoing symptoms in adults is very rare. In Australia and New Zealand 1 in 50 babies are allergic to cow’s milk and dairy products.
Allergies to pets, particularly to cats and dogs, are a common cause asthma and hay fever.
Children, like adults, experience emotional stress which can exacerbate their eczema. To help your child cope with their illness, it’s important to develop and maintain a routine. Anyone who cares for your child should also keep to this routine. Talk to your child about eczema and inform him/her about what triggers the disease and how to avoid them.
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