Realise this is Eczema and not just a patch (or many) of dry, flaky skin
and/or these Allergies will change your life
Build your knowledge on what it is and what you can do about it
With the right attitude and tools, you can gain control of these conditions
I’ve been there and done it. You can too.
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This is a fantastic book written by paediatric allergy specialists at Toronto’s Hospital for Sick Children (also known as Sick Kids). I start by saying that in case, like me, you don’t realise how good this book is when you first pick it up, or in case you don’t have the time to read this review till the end – I get it, I have a toddler.
I have to say, the first time I read The Complete Kid’s Allergy and Asthma Guide, I wasn’t enamoured by it but by the second time around, I had read several other books on allergies, asthma and eczema, and realised how much this one stands out from the rest.
Posted in Allergy, Asthma, Books, Eczema, Reviews
Tagged allergist, allergy, anaphylaxis, asthma, book, children, dermatitis, eczema, hospital, review, rhinitis, sick kids
After a particularly busy Spring followed by a hectic working holiday back to London where I attended an allergy course at the Royal Society of Medicine, I decided to take the summer off to focus on my family and just breathe.
As Canada celebrates it’s 150th birthday, I’ve been reflecting on life here with my two kids (the one I gave birth to and the one I married), and all the benefits and compromises compared to the many other places I’ve lived in terms of eczema and allergies.
I moved around quite a bit before permanently moving back to Canada a few years ago, with hubby in tow and a bun in the oven. Continue reading
Posted in Allergy, Asthma, Eczema, Life, Parenting, Reviews
Tagged allergies, canada, eczema, EpiPen, healthcare, nhs, ohip, ontario, uk