Allergies are on the rise – here’s how to help scientists find out why

By | May 2, 2021

If you experience seasonal allergies, you can track your symptoms to help researchers investigate their environmental triggers, finds Layal Liverpool

Health 28 April 2021

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APRIL showers bring May flowers, or so the saying goes. But those beautiful spring blooms – and their plentiful pollen – mean sneezing, runny noses and itchy eyes for many people.

If this is you, and if you live in the UK, you can become a citizen sensor this spring by downloading the #BritainBreathing app and using it to record any allergy symptoms you develop. Doing so will help researchers learn more about when allergy symptoms are occurring at a population level and what the precise triggers are. Even if you don’t live in the UK, you can still …

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