Spring hayfever season predicted to be a bad one

Pharmacists, get your nasal sprays ready…Experts are warning more pollen than usual is set to hit the east coast of Australia.Associate Professor Ed Newbigin from the University of Melbourne, who specialises in hayfever, allergy and flowering plants, says a record wet season is behind a burst in pasture grass growth.“It's been a wet season up

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