Karan was one of three children to collapse at school and subsequently die between 2016 and 2017, an alarming figure given that, on average, the total number of deaths per year of both adults and children across the entire country rarely rises above ten.
Nasar Ahmed, a 14-year-old pupil at Bow School in East London, suffered an anaphylactic reaction to tandoori chicken served for lunch in November 2017.
And in March 2018, nine-year-old Ismaeel Ashraf, who had a dairy allergy, collapsed and died after eating fish fingers and chips for lunch at his school.
I'm noticing a pattern here.Karan
That dramatic increase coincides with an explosion in a population notorious for, to put it delicately, consanguineous marriages (incest, bluntly).According to statistics released by Allergy UK, there was a 615 per cent increase in the rate of UK hospitalisations due to anaphylaxis in the 20 years to 2012.
Once again, (((experts))) are studiously ignoring the elephant in the room. A quick glance at the names of those affected tells me precisely what's driving the 'staggering increase'.The causes of the staggering increase are not fully understood but experts blame it on multiple factors including a trend for delaying weaning in babies and changes in gut bacteria resulting from over-zealous standards of hygiene.