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Top 5 myths about anaphylaxis
- Allergy tests can predict anaphylaxis
- Allergic reactions get worse with each reaction
- Only children who have had a history of anaphylaxis need an adrenaline autoinjector
- Antihistamines can treat anaphylaxis if given as soon as a reaction happens
- Adrenaline is dangerous
If in doubt, GIVE ADRENALINE
Teaching videos for lessons in schools
We have put a collection of educational videos together which you may find useful when discussing allergy topics in the classroom.
The video shown describes what it’s like to live with an allergy from a child’s point of view. Play the video in a lesson to help peers develop an understanding of how an allergy can affect people emotionally not just physically.
Material from bbc.co.uk – reproduced by kind permission of the BBC.