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allergic rhinitis


Treating allergic rhinitis early in the allergy season with intranasal corticosteroids reduces its impact. By Dr Brett MacFarlane, PhD, BPharm (Hons), Chief Pharmacist, Australasian College of Pharmacy Learning objectives After …

New downloadable allergic rhinitis treatments chart for pharmacists now available from National Asthma Council  The National Asthma Council Australia has launched a new Allergic Rhinitis Treatments Chart for pharmacists to …

The concept of how we manage allergic rhinitis in the community is shifting, thanks to a growing understanding of patients’ perceptions and behaviour regarding treatment Allergic rhinitis is a common …

ALLERGIC RHINITIS: PART 2 Emerging evidence suggests that allergic rhinitis can have a major impact on children’s daily activities and academic performance. A better understanding of the full impact of …

ALLERGIC RHINITIS: PART 1 This article discusses the importance of understanding environmental triggers as part of a shared decision-making approach to allergic rhinitis management in the pharmacy. By Professor Sinthia …

Jarrod McMaugh and Carlene McMaugh talk device technique, thunderstorm asthma and treatment for allergic rhinitis Despite the name, seasonal rhinitis is actually a perennial issue for pharmacists – atopy is …

People with hayfever are being urged to get tested for undiagnosed asthma, as a new study reveals the condition’s impact Associate Professor Cenk Suphioglu, the head of Deakin University’s pollen …

Australian scientists have helped to uncover 41 genetic regions, which are estimated to account for about 40% of the genetic risk of hayfever A large international study, including contributions from …

Debbie Rigby rounds up the latest in research news Diagnosis and management of allergic rhinitis in children Allergic rhinitis is a very common disease of childhood that can have considerable …

The Victorian tragedy that occurred in November last year pushed emergency services to the limit… here’s how to prepare as pollen season begins across south-east Australia Nine people died in …

Research led by a UTS scientist has shown the stimulation of bitter taste receptors could relieve features of allergic asthma Dr Pawan Sharma from the UTS School of Life Sciences …

Rhinitis and asthma are frequently linked together and should be considered as a single pathology in approaches to thunderstorm asthma, say doctors in MJA InSight Referencing the “world’s most devastating …