Our Symptom checker provides clinical advice on what to do next based on your symptoms.
Eczema causes red, itchy and dry skin, which can be very irritating. But there are many ways to manage eczema, including avoiding triggers.
Inflammation of the skin is commonly termed eczema or dermatitis. It can be effectively managed with treatment – find out how.
Food allergies in children
Does your family have a history of eczema, asthma, hay fever or food allergies? Learn about food allergies in children and how to spot a reaction.
Dust mites are tiny, spider-like creatures that feed on house dust, pollen and fungal spores. They can cause allergic reactions in some people. Find out if they might affect you and how to manage them.
What causes asthma?
Trusted information on the causes of asthma and factors that increase the likelihood of developing asthma, and links to trusted resources
Hay fever diagnosis
Your doctor should be able to diagnose hay fever from a description of your symptoms. Find out how hay fever is diagnosed.
What causes cellulitis
Cellulitis is caused by bacteria.
Glands are part of the lymphatic system and can become swollen for different reasons. Learn more about the causes and treatment for swollen glands.
Painful sex for women
Experiencing pain or discomfort during sex is fairly common, but in some cases there is an underlying cause.
Seborrhoeic dermatitis can occur on the scalp, face or torso or in areas that produce an oily substance known as sebum. Learn more about it here.
Allergic reactions to cow's milk
About 1 in 50 infants has an allergic reaction to cow’s milk. Learn more here about allergy to milk proteins.