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Self Care Week — [Mr Charles Walker in the Chair] (22 Nov 2016)

Martyn Day: ...not exclusive to, acne, headaches, athlete’s foot, head lice, backache, indigestion, cold sores, mouth ulcers, constipation, nasal congestion, cough pain, diarrhoea, period pain, earache, thrush, allergies, sore throat, threadworms, hay fever, warts and verrucae; in fact, pretty much everything that is covered with self-care. Nearly 18% of the population of Scotland are registered for...

Disability Equality Training (Taxi and Private Hire Vehicle Drivers) Bill (18 Nov 2016)

Andrew Gwynne: ...that they have to have a certified medical certificate permanently on display in the taxi. They cannot just turn up at a kerbside and decide that they will not take a dog because of some spurious allergy that they have just decided they have.

Northern Ireland Assembly: Private Members' Business: Health and Wellbeing 2026: Delivering Together and 'Systems, Not Structures: Changing Health and Social Care' (14 Nov 2016)

Jo-Anne Dobson: ...behalf of a constituent who needed an appointment with the regional immunology service, the Belfast Trust confirmed to me: "With demand outweighing capacity, the current waiting time for an adult allergy appointment is up to 22 months." That is 22 months during which patients risk coming to harm. Indeed, the latest information, from July, shows that 1,094 patients were waiting longer than...

Grammar Schools - Motion to Take Note (13 Oct 2016)

Lord James of Blackheath: ...there was no first school education at all, came back to London in 1945 and I was sent to school that had been bombed, was overrun with rats and mice and had a cat in every classroom. I had a cat allergy that closed my eyes within five minutes of entering the classroom every day—so I could not read. Nobody did anything about that until they realised when I failed the exam that there was...

Drug-Resistant Infections - Motion to Take Note (15 Sep 2016)

Baroness Walmsley: ...and Technology report in 2002-3, entitled Fighting Infection. I was a member of that committee. In our report we said: “We were particularly impressed, when we visited the National Institutes of Allergy and Infectious Disease in the US, to hear about their Small Business Initiatives. Small companies willing to take financial risks inherent in developing a vaccine could apply for up to...

Air Quality - Question (27 Jun 2016)

Baroness Finlay of Llandaff: In 2008 I had the privilege of chairing a Select Committee on allergy. We reported that atmospheric pollution, particularly by diesel particulates, was increasing allergy-related diseases but also hindering the lung growth of small children, particularly babies and primary school children. It seems sad that we have begun to take that seriously only at this point. Will the Government undertake...

Severe Anaphylactic Shock - Question (26 May 2016)

Baroness Chisholm of Owlpen: My Lords, there are several causes of anaphylactic shock, ranging from bee stings to food allergies. For food, the food information regulations 2014 require pre-packed foodstuffs to highlight 14 allergens in their labelling. For non pre-packed foods, including those in restaurants and takeaways, information on the same 14 allergens must be available for customers. Informed consumers with...

Written Answers — Department for Environment, Food and Rural Affairs: Food: Allergies (26 May 2016)

Dame Cheryl Gillan: To ask the Secretary of State for Environment, Food and Rural Affairs, what steps she is taking to encourage food manufacturers and processors to avoid the use of (a) allergenic materials and (b) non-allergenic materials in ways that may cause allergenic reactions.

Life Chances Strategy - Question for Short Debate (11 May 2016)

Lord Fink: ...that significantly reduce or eradicate several of the disabilities that these babies often suffer. There is also groundbreaking research at the hospital to identify the underlying cause of peanut allergy and to treat it successfully. The early results of the research carried out by Professor Gideon Lack and his team have demonstrated how this debilitating and, sadly, sometimes fatal...

Backbench Business: Digital Records in the NHS — [Phil Wilson in the Chair] (28 Apr 2016)

George Freeman: ..., God forbid, clutch our chest, go down and need an ambulance. When the ambulance comes for me, I want the staff to have not a biro and a pad but an iPad. I want them to know my blood group, my allergies and my history when they get to me and when I go to A&E. Hon. Members might be amused that when I first gave a speech on this topic, I referred to a photograph outside my office in the...

Written Answers — Department of Health: Drugs: Side Effects (28 Apr 2016)

Jim Shannon: To ask the Secretary of State for Health, what discussions he has had with the Royal College of Nursing on connections between hayfever, sleeping and allergy tablets and memory, cognitive and concentration difficulties.

Written Answers — Department of Health: Allergies (24 Mar 2016)

Stephen McPartland: To ask the Secretary of State for Health, what plans he has to improve access to immunotherapy for the long-term management of allergic disease.

Written Answers — Department of Health: Allergies (24 Mar 2016)

Stephen McPartland: To ask the Secretary of State for Health, what steps he plans to take to improve GP training on the identification, diagnosis and management of allergic diseases.

Written Answers — HM Treasury: Coinage (29 Feb 2016)

Gareth Thomas: ...had with the Swedish government over their decision to end the production of coins containing nickel; whether he plans to further investigate the health risks posed to those who suffer from nickel allergy of the decision to switch to steel nickel-plated 5p and 10p coins in 2012; and if he will make a statement.

Access to Medical Treatments (Innovation) Bill: Clause 2 — Database of innovative treatments (29 Jan 2016)

Oliver Colvile: ...even some local authorities, especially where they are dealing with social care issues. Summary care records are an electronic summary of key clinical information about a patient—medicines, allergies, adverse reactions—sourced from GP records. It is hoped that all pharmacists will have access to it by autumn 2017. It is vital not to have the same kind of delay as has happened with the...

Scottish Parliament: Is it Coeliac Disease? Campaign (26 Nov 2015)

Christine Grahame: ...to the impact that eating food containing gluten—particularly sauces and gravies—can have on those with coeliac disease. Establishments are already aware of what happens when people have nut allergies—we are all very aware of that—but I do not think that they are aware of what can happen to someone who has to have a gluten-free diet. This is a short contribution, but I want to...

Written Answers — Department of Health: Medical Records: Internet (24 Nov 2015)

George Freeman: From April 2015 patients have had online access to summary information in their general practitioner (GP) records relating to allergies, adverse reactions and medications. By the end of March 2016, general practices are required to offer online access to coded information, such as problem diagnoses, procedures and test results in GP clinical records. The National Health Service has used a...

Written Answers — Department of Health: Penicillin: Allergies (14 Sep 2015)

Sir David Amess: To ask the Secretary of State for Health, how many incidences of allergic reaction to penicillin were reported in each year since 2010.

Written Answers — Department of Health: Penicillin: Allergies (14 Sep 2015)

Sir David Amess: To ask the Secretary of State for Health, how many incidences of allergic reaction to penicillin during periods of maternity care were reported in each year since 2010.

Prayers: Assisted Dying (No. 2) Bill (11 Sep 2015)

Crispin Blunt: ...me. We are very tight for time, and he will get the chance to make his own arguments. To die well is a simple concept and one that would not have shocked Socrates or Seneca. However, an aversion or allergy to a proper, weighty consideration of what a- good death is and should look like is a shibboleth of a society that has been shaped by Christian concepts of the sanctity of life. I came...


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