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Tagged: are allergies a disability?

We need to see disabilities and allergies as normal

16Jan

On 13th January Newsnight featured a segment on disabilities in acting and film making. The debate focused on criticism of the recent Stephen Hawking film, ‘The Theory of Everything’ where the lead part of Stephen is played by Eddie Redmayne. … Continue reading

  

If being obese is a disability so is having allergies

18Dec

I couldn’t quite believe what I was hearing on the news today, that being fat can constitute a disability. The EU court ruling means bosses of obese staff who meet the criteria of the ruling would have to provide them … Continue reading

  

Lower quality of life in children with peanut allergy

10Oct

Having allergies can be scary but you grow to learn to live with them, to grasp control of your life and get your own processes and checks in place to make sure you stay safe when shopping, eating out, snacking … Continue reading

  

Do you hate the term ‘allergy or eczema sufferer’?

6Aug

I am not an allergy sufferer, I just have a few allergies

A while ago a reader commented that the header on the What Allergy? blog website was very negative as it said, ‘For anyone suffering with food allergies and intolerances’. I realised then that I had been using the word ‘sufferer’ … Continue reading