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  1. Grass Pollen Allergy Market: Pipeline Review Illustrating Drug Developments and Market ForecastRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Mar 13 | SBWire

    A new research report has been added to the repository of Market Research Hub , titled ' Grass Pollen Allergy - Pipeline Review, H1 2018'. This report highlights the complete scenario of the global grass pollen allergy pipeline review for the first half of 2018.


  2. Stop Seasonal Allergies: Understand Causes, Prevention And TreatmentRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday Mar 5 | The Pleasantville Daily Voice

    ... and treatment. With winter ending soon, the trees will begin to bloom, typically mid to late March, causing spikes in pollen. Tree, grass, mold and weed pollens are the leading contributors to the allergy season. While the timing and quantity of ...


  3. Bradley Wiggins and Team Sky facing new doping claims as former coach says steroid use 'unethical'Read the original story w/Photo

    Sunday Mar 4 | Independent.ie

    ... but not against the rules". Team Sky and Wiggins have always maintained that Wiggins used Triamcinolone to treat pollen allergies. Worryingly, the committee heard evidence from "a well-placed and respected source" that in the build-up to the 2012 ...


  4. Australian coach Sutton, outspoken anti-doper Wiggins hit by UK doping probeRead the original story w/Photo

    Sunday Mar 4 | The Age

    ... but not against the rules". Team Sky and Wiggins have always maintained that Wiggins used Triamcinolone to treat pollen allergies. Worryingly, the committee heard evidence from "a well-placed and respected source" that in the build-up to the 2012 ...


  5. Pollen hits a 2018 high in Lowcountry. Herea s what you need to know about health risksRead the original story w/Photo

    Saturday Mar 3 | The Island Packet

    Spring in the Lowcountry means one thing: Pollen is everywhere. But did you know pollen can damage your car's paint? Here's how it causes the damage - and what you can do to protect your paint job.


  6. Pollen levels to reach new highs Thursday, Friday in SavannahRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Feb 28 | SavannahNow

    Allergy season is in full swing in Savannah and experts say some residents can expect flare-ups as the pollen count rises to high levels on Thursday and Friday. Pollen.com's forecast predicts that pollen levels will reach 10.4 on Thursday and 10.8 on Friday on scale of one to 12. On Saturday, pollen levels are expected reach 10.1. These levels take into account how much pollen the allergy sufferer is likely to be exposed to for that given period.


  7. Veterinarians say pets affected by allergies tooRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Feb 28 | ABC Action News

    It's allergy season for many in the Tampa Bay Area, which also means it's allergy season for many pets as well. ABC Action Weather meteorologist Greg Dee says tree pollen in the area is extremely prevalent right now, and that means pets are sneezing and itching.


  8. Animal Rescue: Spring allergies affect pets as well as peopleRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Feb 28 | Anniston Star

    ... of pollens into the air as the weather turns warmer can cause a dog with allergies to suffer. An allergic reaction to pollen can cause swelling and itching. A dog's skin may become flaky and dry, and it may scratch the area excessively. The feet are ...


  9. Theck said trees blooming are the main culprit for spring pollens right nowRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Feb 23 | WALB-TV Albany

    You've no doubt noticed that green or yellow dust filling the air, and piling up on homes, cars, and almost everywhere. It's trees blooming early from the unseasonably warm weather causing the pollen, according to Albany allergist Dr. Joe Theck.


  10. Unseasonably warm weather means an early allergy seasonRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Feb 21 | WAFB-TV Baton Rouge

    "I had to be placed on another antihistamine, so I actually take two every day as well as two nasal sprays to control my allergies," said allergy patient Demetria Jordan. "You want to be outside, you want to enjoy everything, but you know the pollen and the trees and everything is so high that the minute you step outside you're like okay this is not going to be a good day," Jordan said.


  11. Air Quality Tips for HomeownersRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Feb 16 | Axcess News

    ... ? Do you know which ones that you have, or that your family members have? Are they allergic to certain types of pollen? Maybe someone has an allergy to a particular kind of animal hair? The more you research allergies, the better you can pick your ...


  12. Doctors use a skin prick test to determine allergies in patientsRead the original story w/Photo

    Feb 8, 2018 | KSLA-TV Shreveport

    ... with tree pollens. By the end of February, cedar and juniper will be causing the most problems. By March, yellow pollen from pine trees start to fall. Even though many people blame pine trees for their allergy symptoms. Dr. David Kaufman with ...


  13. Sick bees eat healthierRead the original story w/Photo

    Feb 5, 2018 | EurekAlert!

    Dr Lori Lach, Senior Lecturer at JCU, said the study compared the feeding habits of healthy bees to those infected with the gut parasite Nosema ceranae . In the study, published recently in the journal Microbial Ecology , the researchers first gave groups of bees different kinds of pollen.


  14. Al Shaqab Community Fair to educate children on indigenous products of QatarRead the original story w/Photo

    Feb 7, 2018 | The Peninsula

    ... for students, children and families. Using the magnifying glass and special microscope, visitors will see the pollen grains, anther and stigma of the flowers up, close and personal. The workshop will also provide visitors with a clear view of the ...


  15. Grass Pollen Allergy Market to Develop Rapidly by 2020Read the original story w/Photo

    Jan 23, 2018 | SBWire

    Pollens are made up of tiny particles released by trees, plants and grasses during spring and summer as part of their reproductive cycle. Pollen owing to its fine particles can be easily inhaled by humans and animals which can cause significant irritation and inflammation to some people.


  16. ASIT biotech's new article presents clinical results of gp - ASIT+...Read the original story w/Photo

    Jan 16, 2018 | Medical News

    ... the maximum tolerated dose (Phase IIa) of the candidate product gp-ASIT+ for the immunotherapy treatment of grass pollen-induced rhinitis. These are the results of the first clinical trial which showed that a short treatment with gp-ASIT+ (4 medical ...


  17. Pet Parent AllergiesRead the original story w/Photo

    Jan 12, 2018 | The Citizens' Voice

    ... so it's smart to let in some fresh air daily. These filters remove tiny airborne pollutants, such as dust mites, pollen, and pet dander from the air. a Use anti-allergen room sprays. These sprays deactivate allergens, rendering them harmless. Ask ...


  18. Mountain cedar itching to return as temperatures warm up in North TexasRead the original story w/Photo

    Jan 5, 2018 | Star-Telegram.com

    The deep freeze held off the annual invasion of mountain cedar, the winter pollen that blows in and makes many allergy sufferers miserable, with steady sneezing, itchy eyes and scratchy throats. While pollen counts have been mostly nonexistent during the recent freeze, once things warm up a little it probably won't take long for mountain cedar sufferers to start sneezing again.


  19. Complex regulation of plant sex by peptidesRead the original story

    Dec 21, 2017 | Science

    ... generations, it is essential to understand the molecular events controlling plant reproduction. During fertilization, pollen (the male gametophyte, or reproductive cell) forms a pollen tube which is guided toward the ovule (the female gametophyte), ...


  20. Indoor AllergensRead the original story w/Photo

    Dec 12, 2017 | MedicineNet

    ... reaction in certain people. Allergens are everywhere in the world around us. Examples of common allergens are pollen , foods, and mold. Your living environment may contain a variety of animal and plant life, most of which can become a source for ...