Seen in the media, August 2018
Warning over hospital meals: 'Significant risk' to some patients.
Allergy New Zealand CEO Mark Dixon detailed the vigilance those with allergies feel they must take, to avoid potentially serious reactions.
Click here to read the full Herald article.
Banning foods in schools not the solution: Allergy Advocate
This week, the Herald also covered the discussion of food bans in schools, and spoke with author Jackie Nevard who explains that total food bans in school is not the answer.
Click here to read the full article:
Mid winter brings early onset hayfever to Canterbury
Newshub sat down with Allergy New Zealand CEO Mark Dixon to discuss the mid-winter rise of pollen in New Zealand, with Cantabrians noticing hayfever season settling in earlier than usual this year.
Click here for the full news broadcast.
Allergy New Zealand Media Release - May 2018
Read Allergy New Zealand's media release the results from our eating out with food allergies survey here.
Allergy New Zealand - PSA re: Peter Rabbit Allergy Controversy
Media release from Allergy New Zealand concerning the Peter Rabbit Allergy Controversy here.
Food Allergy Week, 13 - 19th May, 2018.
You can download our free, handy guide to keeping your friends with food allergies safe. Click here.
Tips for Back to School for children with food allergies, 2018
For a comprehensive list of resources and advisory material, please click here for our tips for getting your child and school ready for the year.
This has links to Action Plans, online training etc.
Well Child book now includes information about allergies and eczema
The new Well Child Tamariki Ora Health Book (WCTO Health Book) is now being issued to parents of new babies.
In this new edition, information about ‘Allergies’ (drafted by Allergy New Zealand) and ‘Eczema’ (drafted by the Paediatric Society’s Clinical Reference Group on Child & Youth Eczema of which Penny Jorgensen, our Allergy Advisor is a member) have been added for the first time. Both are under the section “Keeping your child healthy and safe”.
There is also an electronic version which you can view or download here.
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