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HayMax a Hero! Winners of our 36th award – Prima Baby Mums Hero Health Product!

HayMax a Hero! Winners of our 36th award – Prima Baby Mums Hero Health Product!

A panel of judges including the legendary Dr Rob Hicks; Prima Baby Editor Kelly Beswick,  baby product guru Alison Alexander, Annabel Karmel MBE and Sainsbury’s Buyer in the Baby Products team Jennifer Mazure have voted HayMax Bronze Award Winner in the ‘Hero Health product for Mum’ category. We’re delighted with this latest award which recognises […]

What to give your Valentine – a low allergy guide!

What to give your Valentine – a low allergy guide!

Valentine’s Day has almost arrived, and the first thing you might think of giving your loved one may well be a lovely bunch of flowers. Great idea, but what to do if your Valentine is an allergy sufferer? We’ve put together a low allergy guide to flowers to give you some pointers. * Try to […]

Hay Fever impacts lives of South Africans, study finds

Hay Fever impacts lives of South Africans, study finds

A survey of almost 2000 South Africans with hay fever found that symptoms of nasal allergies are often severe enough to impair overall quality of life, affecting 
mood, performance at work and romantic relationships. More than half of respondents felt that troublesome symptoms, such as sneezing and a persistently itchy and runny nose – usually […]

Botox could help fight hayfever – good news for Aussie hayfever sufferers

Spring has come around again in Australia and New Zealand – and with it comes the all too familiar runny nose, sneezing and other hay fever symptoms. A new Australian trial will find out if botox can help with hay fever. In the first randomised, controlled trial of Botox for hay fever, participants will have […]

Indoor drying increases Allergy risk

With shorter days and poorer drying weather, many of us have started drying our washing indoors. A new study from Glasgow has found that this can increase allergy risk to hayfever and mould or dust mite allergies. The study, carried out by the Mackintosh School of Architecture in Glasgow reports that many homes had too […]