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Hay fever (pollen allergy) is one of the most common kinds of allergies. About 35 million Americans suffer from hay fever. Pollen is made by trees, grasses, and weeds. During the spring, summer, and fall some plants release pollen into the air you breathe. Your symptoms might be different at different times of the year. It all depends on the kinds of plants that grow where you live and what allergies you have.
Hay fever and asthma occur earlier in life and affect more people

Hay fever and asthma occur earlier in life and affect more people

Study lists five facts to know about antihistamines

Study lists five facts to know about antihistamines

Simulating an overactive autoimmune response leads to changes in the brain region

Simulating an overactive autoimmune response leads to changes in the brain region

Study may lead to new therapeutic strategies to reduce allergic responses, inflammatory reactions

Study may lead to new therapeutic strategies to reduce allergic responses, inflammatory reactions

Study shows why antihistamine drugs fail to control severe itch in eczema patients

Study shows why antihistamine drugs fail to control severe itch in eczema patients

Increased pollen counts may trigger symptom flares in patients with urologic chronic pelvic pain syndrome

Increased pollen counts may trigger symptom flares in patients with urologic chronic pelvic pain syndrome

Babies born in the fall more likely to experience all conditions associated with atopic march

Babies born in the fall more likely to experience all conditions associated with atopic march

NPS MedicineWise offers information to prevent hay fever symptoms

NPS MedicineWise offers information to prevent hay fever symptoms

Climate change and disruption of ecosystem affect allergies, respiratory disorders

Climate change and disruption of ecosystem affect allergies, respiratory disorders

Human genome may explain the neonatal origins of chronic immune and inflammatory diseases

Human genome may explain the neonatal origins of chronic immune and inflammatory diseases

Study identifies new allergy pathway

Study identifies new allergy pathway

Pollen contributes to flu and COVID-19 seasonality

Pollen contributes to flu and COVID-19 seasonality

Research shows potential new therapeutic strategy for slowing down Huntington's disease

Research shows potential new therapeutic strategy for slowing down Huntington's disease

New review confirms effectiveness of MMR, MMRV and MMR+V vaccines

New review confirms effectiveness of MMR, MMRV and MMR+V vaccines

Nasal smear as screening test for allergic rhinitis

Nasal smear as screening test for allergic rhinitis

Study: Early introduction of solid foods may predispose infants to obesity

Study: Early introduction of solid foods may predispose infants to obesity

Presence of certain gut bacterium in mothers could protect babies from food allergies

Presence of certain gut bacterium in mothers could protect babies from food allergies

Marinomed extends the range of Marinosolv applications

Marinomed extends the range of Marinosolv applications

Children with a rare food allergy have higher chance of being diagnosed with other allergies

Children with a rare food allergy have higher chance of being diagnosed with other allergies

Two common Staph bacteria living on human skin exacerbate Netherton syndrome

Two common Staph bacteria living on human skin exacerbate Netherton syndrome