The EAA is looking for the new star of our video campaign that we are launching on Eczema Awareness Day 2020 (1 September), and we want to offer Australian residents the chance to be the leading role in our campaign by submitting their own videos for us to feature throughout September.
As well as being featured in our campaign, you will also score the chance to a WIN $1000 gift card for the first prize! There will also be $250 gift cards for 10 lucky runners-up! The challenge is open to individuals, groups, and community groups.
To be a part of our campaign, all you need to do is make a 30 second to 2-minute video promoting the ‘Eczema Association of Australasia Inc’ (EAA) and feature some form of 'eczema' in your submission - whether it's talking about eczema or sharing your story, all ideas are welcome! Bonus points will be awarded for creativity - so talk, act, dance, sing, do tricks, even include your pet if you like!
Once filmed, post your video to social media using the hashtag #EAD2020 and tagging the EAA or email your entry to firstname.lastname@example.org. Note, entrants under the age of 16 must have a parent post the video for them.
For more information on entering the competition, read the T&Cs: EAD2020
Parents should introduce foods like peanut butter to their baby's diet before they turn one-year-old to reduce their chance of developing food allergies, a new public health campaign recommends.
Australia has the highest rate of food allergies in the world — one in 10 babies born here is allergic to foods like peanuts, eggs and milk by their first birthday.
Paediatric immunologist Richard Loh, co-chair of the National Allergy Strategy (NAS), said the country's allergy rates are only getting worse.
"It's been increasing for the past 20 years," Dr Loh said.
Australian data has shown a rise of approximately 7 per cent a year for the past five years, in terms of food allergies.
Click on this link and use the discount code EAA2020 which entitles you to 1 x 250 ml Baby Moisturiser + free delivery in Australia. This offer is redeemable for the first 100 claimants, only 1 per household and expires on 30 September 2020.
Childs Farm will retain contact details of anyone redeeming this offer for future promotions.
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