Severe allergic reactions rise in children in England over past five years

Severe allergic reactions rise in children in England over past five years
 

The number of children being admitted to hospital in England with a severe allergic reaction has risen every year for the past five years.
NHS figures show 1,746 children were treated for anaphylactic shock in 2018-19, up from 1,015 in 2013-14.
The parents of Natasha Ednan-Laperouse, who died in 2016 after eating a baguette containing sesame, called the increase "deeply alarming".
Scientists say environmental factors could be to blame for more allergies.
Children under 10 were most likely to be affected by anaphylaxis, with 1,018 admitted to hospital last year - compared with 601... read more

 
17 November 2019 in Health, Views: 8
Source: BBC
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