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Written Answers — House of Lords: Food: Allergies (23 Mar 2011)

Lord Kennedy of Southwark: To ask Her Majesty's Government what research they have commissioned into the possible links between mutation in the gene filaggrin and peanut allergies.

Children: Early Intervention — Debate (17 Mar 2011)

Baroness Warnock: ...Hospital School, which is a marvellous school. The website gives information and advice on an enormous number of difficulties that children may be experiencing in classrooms, starting with severe allergies and going through every possible educational obstacle. I very much hope that that website-which, incidentally, was financed entirely by Google-will be very widely used in teacher...

Written Answers — Health: Hay Fever (14 Mar 2011)

Paul Burstow: ...on their website at: http://www.cks.nhs.uk/allergic_rhinitis More detailed clinical guidelines on the treatment of patients suffering with hay fever are available from the British Society for Allergy and Clinical Immunology (January 2008) and from an international group (the “ARIA” guidelines, revised June 2010). The Department has no plans to issue guidance in this area.

Written Answers — Health: Hay Fever (14 Mar 2011)

Paul Burstow: ...10% of the United Kingdom population although the true prevalence may be higher. An analysis of the available epidemiological information, published with the Department's review of services for allergy in July 2006, estimated that the rates of general practitioner (GP) consultation for males and females by age group in 2004 were as in the following table. These figures will however...

Public Bill Committee: Localism Bill: Clause 169 (8 Mar 2011)

Barbara Keeley: I will not be eating any cake, as I have a wheat allergy. I am afraid that cake is out of bounds. Safeguards are needed. As in other parts of the Bill, the Minister might not be happy with the safeguards that we have proposed, but as we keep saying, we do not have the benefit of parliamentary draftsmen and whole  teams of civil servants to work on our side; we do the work ourselves. In their...

Written Answers — Health: Influenza: Vaccination (8 Feb 2011)

Anne Milton: ...to receive seasonal influenza vaccination should seek medical advice from their general practitioner (GP). The risk to the individual of not being immunised and the severity of the individual's egg allergy should be taken into account by GPs when considering whether to vaccinate. There are very few individuals who cannot receive influenza vaccine due to a history of confirmed anaphylactic...

Oral Answers to Questions — Prime Minister: Engagements (2 Feb 2011)

David Cameron: ...company again this morning. There is no doubt that the decision is being taken not because of some UK-based issue, but because the company has decided to exit some whole areas of endeavour, such as allergies and respiratory diseases. The company is keeping all the options open for what should happen to the site, including getting partner organisations to continue work there and getting...

Written Answers — Health: Medical Records (3 Nov 2010)

Simon Burns: The main recommendation of the recent review of the content of the summary care record (SCR), led by Sir Bruce Keogh, was that the core information should only include a patient's medications, allergies, and adverse reactions. Any additional information beyond this should only be added to the SCR with the explicit consent of the patient. We firmly believe that it is for patients to decide if...

Food: Labelling — Question (1 Nov 2010)

Baroness Finlay of Llandaff: Are the Government considering using clearer labelling on food that contains nuts, as was recommended by the committee on allergy which I chaired, given the number of cases of anaphylaxis that occur when people are unaware that there is a nut content in food?

Healthcare — Debate (28 Oct 2010)

Viscount Simon: ...lung disease. I should declare that I have severe allergic brittle asthma and can get very ill within a few seconds, and that I was a member of the Select Committee considering the provision of allergy services. The European Union, under the Belgian presidency, has adopted chronic respiratory disease as one of two priorities presented to the Council of Ministers in Brussels last week. It...

Written Answers — Health: Medical Records: Databases (18 Oct 2010)

Simon Burns: The main recommendation of the recent review of the content of the summary care record (SCR), led by Sir Bruce Keogh, was that the core information should only include a patient's medications, allergies, and adverse reactions. Any additional information beyond this should only be added to the SCR with the explicit consent of the patient. This would therefore preclude the automatic inclusion...

Oral Answers to Questions — Education: School Bullying (Children with Allergies) (11 Oct 2010)

School Bullying (Children with Allergies)

Written Answers — House of Lords: Health: Allergic Disease (27 Sep 2010)

Baroness Finlay of Llandaff: To ask Her Majesty's Government how, in the light of the recent report by the Royal College of Physicians and the Royal College of Pathologists, Allergy Services: Still Not Meeting the Unmet Need, the needs of those living with allergic disease will be planned for and met in the National Health Service. To ask Her Majesty's Government how services for those with complex allergic disease who...

Scottish Parliament: E-health (22 Sep 2010)

Nanette Milne: ...implementation has been so slow and patchy at a time of rapidly advancing technology. The speedy exchange of patients' health information—be that their medical history or information about their allergies and drug sensitivities or the medication that they are currently receiving—must be of immense benefit to patients, particularly in an emergency situation when they may be in the care...

Written Answers — Education: Children: Deaths (16 Sep 2010)

Jon Cruddas: To ask the Secretary of State for Education whether local safeguarding children boards have a duty to investigate all unexpected sudden child deaths related to (a) asthma and (b) allergy and to share their findings with relevant health and other professionals.

Oral Answers to Questions — Health: Topical Questions (7 Sep 2010)

Jo Swinson: Information in a parliamentary answer given on 19 July showed that the cost to the NHS of emergency admissions in cases of anaphylaxis has risen by 45% in four years. Will the Minister look at how allergy support services could be enhanced in primary care to reverse the rising trend in emergency cases and in doing so save money and, crucially, lives?

Written Answers — Health: Food: Allergies (6 Sep 2010)

Jon Cruddas: To ask the Secretary of State for Health what plans he has for the level of funding for research into the causes and treatments of food allergies following the restructuring of the Food Standards Agency.

Written Answers — Health: Food: Allergies (6 Sep 2010)

Jon Cruddas: To ask the Secretary of State for Health what mechanisms he plans to put in place to ensure that people with food allergies can access ingredients information when buying food and eating out after the transfer of responsibility for food labelling and provision of information in restaurants and takeaways to his Department.

Written Answers — Health: Food: Allergies (6 Sep 2010)

Jon Cruddas: To ask the Secretary of State for Health what steps his Department is taking to improve guidance on weaning to parents of young babies in order to prevent food allergies from developing; and if he will make a statement.

Written Answers — Treasury: Allergies: Costs (22 Jul 2010)

Jo Swinson: To ask the Chancellor of the Exchequer (1) what recent estimates he has made of the cost to the UK economy of (a) absences from work due to allergies and (b) lost production due to allergies; (2) what recent estimates he has made as to the cost of allergies to the UK economy.


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