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Tag Archives: Allergic rhinitis
How is the weather affecting pollen?
The weather has been very unsettled during June and the start of July, and this has been reflected in the pollen counts. As we predicted back in May, there have been some very high counts, but there have also been some … Continue reading
Posted in Met Office News Tagged 2012, Allergic rhinitis, Count, hay fever, july, Met Office, Pollen, summer, weather, wet 1 Comment
Pollen forecasts bring help to Hay Fever sufferers
Different types of pollen are released throughout the year which can generate hay fever and other allergies. These symptoms can have a serious impact on the well-being of some people. Pollen season The pollen count season is normally March to … Continue reading
Posted in Met Office News Tagged Allergic rhinitis, asthma, Forecasts, hay fever, Met Office, Pollen, Pollen calendar, pollen forecasts, weather Comments Off on Pollen forecasts bring help to Hay Fever sufferers