Q: I have had four severe allergic reactions (wheezing, swollen eyelids, sneezing) but there was nothing common to each experience – nothing I could figure out, anyway. Two of the times I hadn’t even eaten anything. A skin test was inconclusive. My doctor called it “idiopathic anaphylaxis.” What do you suggest I do going forward? … Read more »
Two Indy drivers are going head-to-head in a charity competition. Will Alex Tagliani prevail for Anaphylaxis Canada?
A motion to recognize anaphylaxis as a serious health concern passed in the Canadian House of Commons
AL has created a poster with the critical steps to take during an emergency.
Nut-allergic IndyCar driver Alex Tagliani revs up food allergy awareness in Canada.
An 11-year-old boy becomes the fourth young person to die of food anaphylaxis in the past 2 months.
The Canadian parliament is scheduled to vote on a motion that could pave the way for increased awareness, meaningful policies and laws surrounding food allergy and anaphylaxis. “With Motion M-230, we want to look at how we can help coordinate a thoughtful government response to anaphylaxis, to raise public understanding of life threatening allergies, and… Read more »
From the Spring 2012 issue of Allergic Living magazine: Preliminary results of a landmark survey give a picture of the incidence of anaphylaxis – and it is far higher than previously estimated. Early analysis of data in the new “Anaphylaxis in America” survey by the Asthma and Allergy Foundation of America (AAFA) shows that “at… Read more »
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