The Pollen Section
Our extended list of plants you don’t want to get near if you’re allergic to pollen.
Forecast for 2040: pollen and lots of it, say Rutgers scientists.
Allergic Living’s top ten tips for those allergic to grass.
Whether you live south or north, east or west, Allergic Living has the low-down on the nastiest pollen offenders in your neighborhood.
These gorgeous flowers are just what the horticulturalist ordered. They either reproduce with seeds, or make the kind of pollen that won’t send you into a fit of sneezing or tearing up.
Do not surrender; Allergic Living is here to help.
A new strain of chemical-resistant ragweed has hit Canada. What does this mean for allergy sufferers? Check here to find out.
Up to 10 per cent of the population has a condition called oral allergy syndrome, a less severe form of food allergy related to pollen allergies. Itchy mouth and throat reactions are caused by a variety of fruits, vegetables, nuts, seeds, and even spices. The problem is that these foods have allergenic proteins in common with hay fever-causing trees and plants.
Know the enemy. All the facts you’ll need to survive the onslaught of pollen season – happy and breathing just fine.