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Saturday, July 09, 2005

World Allergy Day

Happy World Allergy Day, everyone. Sorry I didn't get you a card.

The World Allergy Association has proclaimed July 8, 2005, as the first World Allergy Day. Although food allergies are not their prime concern, there's no reason not to take advantage of it for spreading awareness of those as well.

You can download a World Allergy Day Kit, whose materials include:

  • General Instructions
  • Sample Proclamation
  • Sample Media Advisory Information
  • Sample News Release
  • Sample Article for a Newsletter
  • Allergy and Allergic Asthma Information Statistical Sheet
  • National Data on Prevalence of Allergic Disease
  • World Allergy Organization Guidelines on the Prevention of Allergy and Allergic Asthma Materials:
  • Article
  • Patient Information Sheets
  • Power PointPresentation
  • Evaluation Form


The World Allergy Day site also has a great set of International Organization Links.

You can also fill in a form to receive their monthly e-letter, WAO News and Notes.

While having a capital "D" day is no more than a publicity opportunity, it makes for a great springboard to have every day be an allergy awareness day. Spread the word.

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4 comments:

Anonymous said...

Hi Steve!! Great site!!
Thank you for featuring my book, The Vegan Diet as Chronic Disease Prevention - I am honored.

Also, for your dairy free product list, feel free to add www.DrFood.org Our Figure 8 JumpStart WeightLoss system (all components) is pure vegan! It is a nice way for folks to get going, with NO artificial sweeteners, colors or flavors, too.

Have a great day! Love to all!
- Kerrie

jon said...

Looking at allergy asthma info online today while my son coughs I came across this post. Does anyone know a good allergy asthma site to help?

Thanks

Anonymous said...

Cool blog you have going here, I will check in often! I have a similar site about korean food. It pretty much covers korean food related stuff.

Anonymous said...

Hey, you have a great blog here! I'm definitely going to bookmark you!

I have a asthma nebulizer site/blog. It pretty much covers asthma nebulizer related stuff.

Come and check it out if you get time :-)

Thanks