Managing hayfever symptoms during a high pollen count

The Met Office is predicting high pollen levels across England and Wales and medium levels elsewhere this weekend

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Allergy UK has formally launched a new Patient Charter for Allergy at a Parliamentary Reception hosted at the House of Commons. The reception, held on 11th May 2022, brought together Parliamentarians, clinical experts, and Allergy UK to discuss the profound impact that allergies can have on quality of life.

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