Both pollen and air pollution impact our health, but how are they connected and can they interact to cause more severe health problems?
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 species. To understand why this is, let’s explore some of the basic science…
More than 30% of Americans and 40% of Europeans are affected by seasonal allergies. Despite this huge market opportunity, many pharmaceutical companies are struggling to build strong, lasting relationships with their customers. Why is this?
What is pollen? How does it get measured? How do businesses increase engagement with pollen data? Find the answers to these questions and more in our dedicated pollen webinar – led by our own pollen expert, Dr Amir Paster!
Nature often looks beautiful when out in full-bloom, but pollen presents a significant challenge for pollen-sensitive populations the world over. How do we solve this problem?
It’s Spring Allergy Awareness week in the UK and the focus of the campaign this year is COVID-19 and its implications for allergic conditions like Hayfever and allergic asthma. But are there really connections between pollen levels and Coronavirus?