Hay fever is already common during the spring and summer months, but our changing climate could see some symptoms starting earlier in the year for allergy sufferers across the UK. Recent studies suggest that some types of pollen and other …
Dr Bernd Eggen is Senior Environmental Public Health Scientist in the Extreme Events Health Protection Team at UK Health Security Agency
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