hay fever

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Synonyms for hay fever

a seasonal rhinitis resulting from an allergic reaction to pollen


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Hayfever is a common allergic condition that affects up to one in five people at some point in their life.
Asthma, hayfever and food allergies are all very common now.
These include some hayfever medications, painkillers, antibiotics and cough and cold medicines.
hayfever of 8-year-Mum blames not cutting A SCHOOLBOY had to hospital after severe hayfever played in a park.
AIMEE SAYS: 1 Put Opticrom Hayfever Eye Drops, PS4.
DON'T blame your watery eyes on hayfever - nobody will believe you, even though you've been stood in a field for hours.
It is a common myth that hayfever starts in the summer months.
2] of sufferers admitting that their hayfever symptoms are as debilitating as flu, it may come as no surprise that 7 in 10 people (72 per cent) admit to phoning in sick[sup.
The survey conducted by Merck Sharp & Dohme, makers of Clarityn Rapide, reveals more than half (54 per cent)[2] of the 500 city-based workers questioned, blame hayfever for affecting their concentration and performance at work, with a quarter (25 per cent)[2][sup.
Wayne, 37, has suffered with hayfever since childhood.
Staffordshire bull terrier Guinness suffers rashes and cannot breathe very well due to hayfever.
The commonest of these and the one that causes most symptoms in the nose is allergy to pollen or hayfever.
SALES of hayfever treatments have risen by 40% as Britain has basked in some of the driest spring-time conditions for around 40 years.
But as I fought back another sneeze I was reminded how desperate I was to be cured of my hayfever - so desperate I was willing to become a human pin cushion and give acupuncture a go.