The Nip allergies in the Bub website has been re-designed, to make it easier for parents to find the information they are looking for.
The Nip allergies in the Bub project focuses on two key areas for food allergy prevention:
- Feeding the common allergy causing foods to your baby by 12 months of age and continuing to feed these foods regularly once introduced; and
- Managing eczema well.
The new website makes it easier for parents to find information about how to feed their baby including downloadable food ideas and recipe booklets and a separate webpage for the translated resources about how to feed babies the common allergy causing foods.
The eczema information and practical guides and videos are also easier to locate, including a separate webpage for the translated eczema videos and information sheets.
The new resources section makes it easy to find all the practical videos and information sheets to help parents prevent food allergies.
We have also improved the health professionals section of the website. The new design makes it easier for health professionals to find information for themselves and the list of resources available to give to parents.
We have added a news section to the website to make it easy for visitors to find the latest information and resources available.
The National Allergy Council has always collected feedback about the Nip allergies in the Bub website and we hope you will complete the feedback form to make sure we continue to make this website as useful as possible: https://preventallergies.org.au/contact-us/