Wednesday April 1, 2020

Medical matters

Fighting hay fever

1st May, 2010

Despite Ireland’s unpredictable climate, summer still conjures up images of long days with plenty of sunshine and time spent outdoors. However, for one in five people, it also means runny or congested noses, itchy eyes, irritated throats and constant sneezing.

For those who suffer from seasonal hay fever (allergic rhinitis), summer can be miserable.

Ireland has a high incidence of seasonal sufferers and, when summer comes early, symptoms often start early, too.

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