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a seasonal rhinitis resulting from an allergic reaction to pollen


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He said pollen allergy symptoms included sneezing, runny nose, watering of eyes, coughing, improper breathing, wheezing and eventually attacks of asthma.
Talking to a private news channel, specialists urged both print and electronic media to play their vital role and broadcast and telecast the interviews of the medical experts for dealing with the pollen allergy.
He informed that during the current month, so far 500 pollen allergy patients visited the hospital with different complications.
She said those who have asthma and a pollen allergy should take hay fever medicines such as antihistamines and nasal steroid sprays, and make sure they take their preventer inhaler as prescribed.
Islamabad -- Over 700 patients suffering from pollen allergy are visiting public sector hospitals of the city while the pollen count continues to increase, said official on Friday.
Around 80% of people with asthma also have a pollen allergy and in the UK around 10% of the adult population is affected by asthma.
A second Phase IIb study into Biomay's third generation grass pollen allergy vaccine BM32 has been successfully completed with positive results, the privately-owned Austrian company reported on Thursday.
UEA's Dr Iain Lake said: "Our research shows ragweed pollen allergy will become a common health problem, expanding into areas where it is currently uncommon.
Global Markets Direct's, 'Birch Pollen Allergy - Pipeline Review, H1 2016', provides an overview of the Birch Pollen Allergy pipeline landscape.
WHILE most of us can't wait for the warmer spring weather to finally break through, anyone with a pollen allergy will be dreading a runny nose, itchy eyes or sneezing fits.
[USPRwire, Wed Jan 27 2016] Global Markets Direct's, 'Cedar Pollen Allergy - Pipeline Review, H2 2015', provides an overview of the Cedar Pollen Allergy's therapeutic pipeline.
The allergen derivative chosen to bring this concept from bench to bedside is BM4, a mutant of the culprit allergen of birch pollen allergy, Bet v 1.
The onset of this year's grass pollen allergy season was delayed by one of the coldest, wettest springs on record in Oregon.
Individuals with pollen allergy often report adverse effects after the ingestion of a wide variety of foods from plants.
According to an Eisai survey, more than 50 percent of the people who suffer from pollen allergy answered that they constantly feel itching of skin, and 70 percent said that they experience allergic problems all year.