Australian pollen study reveals early inflammatory effect on respiratory impact

Short-term exposure to grass pollens is associated with airway inflammation in 1-2 days and airway obstruction in 2-3 days in people at risk of atopy due to their family history. A study of 936 participants in the Melbourne Atopy Cohort compared the result of their clinical tests at the 18-year follow-up visit with environmental pollen ...

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