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Topic: Pollen Seasonal Allergy

The Science Behind BreezoMeter’s Advanced Pollen Forecasting Technology
By Dr. Yvonne Boose on September 14, 2021

I'm really happy to present our newly-updated guide, which explains the science behind our pollen monitoring and why so many health providers have...

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Respiratory Treatment Pioneers: Companies Leading the Way to Better Asthma Management
By Amalia Helen on May 5, 2021

Innovation in asthma management is continuing apace, and asthma sufferers are more empowered than ever before: to proactively protect themselves,...

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Grass Pollen Allergy: It’s No Picnic in the Park
By Amalia Helen on April 27, 2021

Grass pollen allergy is extremely common. It's estimated 90% of the UK's season allergy sufferers are sensitive to this specific type. For...

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How Weather, Pollen & Climate Change Work Together to Make Us Sick
By Dr. Yvonne Boose on March 10, 2021

We explore the ideal conditions for allergic pollen to spread, and explain the growing importance of predictive modelling & AI for delivering...

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Tree Pollen Allergy: A Burden for Sufferers & Healthcare Systems
By Dr. Yvonne Boose on February 23, 2021

As tree pollen levels increase in the Northern hemisphere, we thought it timely to explore this airborne irritant and its impact on individual...

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Air Pollution, Pollen & Allergies: What’s the Link?
By Dr. Yvonne Boose on December 27, 2020

Both pollen and air pollution impact our health, but how are they connected and can they interact to cause more severe health problems?

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Predicting Seasonal Allergy Symptoms is Harder than you Think
By Dr Gabriela Adler Katz on November 15, 2020

Did you know that pollen allergy is a highly personal, individual thing? No two people are likely to be sensitive to exactly the same plant type and...

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How to Deliver Personalized Seasonal Allergy Campaigns
By Yishai Lurie on November 10, 2020

More than 30% of Americans and 40%  of Europeans are affected by seasonal allergies.  Despite this huge market opportunity, many pharmaceutical...

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