hay fever

  • Introducing thunder asthma: Every hay fever sufferer's worst enemy

    Hot and humid conditions mean hay fever and asthma sufferers are at risk of ‘Thunder Asthma’ this Week

  • First ever hay fever map reveals UK pollen hotspots

    Scientists have developed a hay fever map of Britain that could help sufferers find relief from typical symptoms like runny noses, itchy eyes and sneezing. The detailed maps contain the location of key plants known to produce pollen than triggers

  • Eating these foods can help you fight allergies

    Spring is here and with it comes allergy season. But did you know that you can fight the sneezing by including certain foods in your diet? See also: What's the difference between hay fever and a cold? See also: Meet the woman who is

  • Eight tips you need to survive allergy season

    If you suffer from hayfever, you'll know the misery that warmer weather can bring. While there are many over-the-counter products promising to relieve the symptoms, the best way to avoid itchy eyes and a runny nose is to limit your exposure

  • Kwik Fit warns those on hay fever medication not to drive

    One in five hay fever sufferers who drive after taking medication are involved in an incident with another car due to drowsiness, according to research commissioned by Kwik Fit Insurance

  • Global warming to bring misery to hay fever sufferers

    Scientists say climate change could cause misery for hay fever sufferers bringing severe allergy attacks to those affected. Native North American ragweed has spread across warmer parts of Europe since the 1960s and while it is still rare in the

  • Common allergies - what you need to know

    Allergies range from the mildly annoying to the downright dangerous and, according to Allergy UK, cases are on the rise around the world. In the UK alone, it is estimated that up to 40 per cent of children are diagnosed with an allergic