By AFSA|2018-12-06T06:45:54+00:00December 5th, 2018|Diet|
Introducing Egg at 6 months old Grow Great has run a campaign which promotes the South African National Department of Health and the South African Food Based Dietary Guidelines recommendation of introducing
Oral Immunotherapy – a glimmer of hope! Scientists think treatment in which children take increasing doses of peanut protein will be approved next year. Allergist and Paediatrician Prof Claudia Gray gives her
By AFSA|2018-11-12T12:13:15+00:00November 12th, 2018|Asthma|
Air Pollution and the Developing child Not only does air pollution negatively affect the developing lungs and brain, it also compounds the effects of aeroallergens to worsen asthma and allergic rhinitis.
Allergies – The Scourge of Modern Living Allergies seem to be increasing around the world, including in developing countries such as South Africa. Various “waves” of this allergy epidemic have been described;
Emollients in SA – Matching Cream to patients The Emollient Prescriber, maps the South African landscape of emollients and studies patient perceptions of different base-ingredients in emollients. It was approved by the
Probiotic Use and the Gut Microbiota The gut microbiome is a community of billions of bacteria and fungi that inhabit the gastrointestinal tract. They have an influence on metabolism, body weight, immunity,