World Urticaria Day 2022

This World Urticaria Day (1st October) Allergy UK launches two new resources.

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New Resources

New resources for World Urticaria Day 2022

This World CSU day, Allergy UK has released new patient information leaflets and posters to make it easy to understand more about the condition and the treatments available.These are available to download on our website.

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New Factsheet

Reactions to Legumes

Legumes are a group of foods that belong to the Fabaceae family and include beans, lentils, pulses, peas, lupin, fenugreek, soya, and peanut. Individuals with legume allergy may need to avoid only one legume or may have reactions to other legumes. People with a peanut and/or soya allergy do not automatically need to avoid all other legumes. Please refer to our factsheets on peanut and soya here.

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