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Allergy-friendly KIDS CORNER!

Coping with allergies? If you have just learned that your child has a food allergy, take comfort from the knowledge that you are not alone. It might be a mild allergy, which causes eczema, vomiting or upset bowels, and there is a good chance that this allergy will disappear in a couple of years. Or it might be severe, which is every parent’s nightmare. A particle of food the size of a grain of sand could trigger a massive response, causing anaphylaxis and threatening your child’s life. Your life will never be the same. How do you keep your child safe? What can you do? Here are some tips and guidelines which other parents have found to be useful.

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