Hayfever sufferers warned on thunderstorm asthma

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People who suffer from hayfever should consider carrying a Ventolin puffer at all times – especially if thunderstorms like last night’s are expected, an asthma expert says. Associate Professor Cenk Suphioglu, the Deakin environmental allergist who discovered the link between rye grass and thunderstorm-related asthma epidemics, says that thunderstorm asthma is an allergic reaction to

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