Differences in grass pollen allergen exposure across Australia.

@article{Beggs2015DifferencesIG,
  title={Differences in grass pollen allergen exposure across Australia.},
  author={Paul John Beggs and Constance H Katelaris and Danielle Eve Medek and Fay H. Johnston and Pamela K Burton and Bradley C. Campbell and Alison K. Jaggard and Don Vicendese and David M J S Bowman and Ian Godwin and Alfredo R. Huete and B Erbas and Brett Green and Rewi M. Newnham and Ed Newbigin and Simon Haberle and Janet Mary Davies},
  journal={Australian and New Zealand journal of public health},
  year={2015},
  volume={39 1},
  pages={51-5}
}
OBJECTIVE Allergic rhinitis and allergic asthma are important chronic diseases posing serious public health issues in Australia with associated medical, economic, and societal burdens. Pollen are significant sources of clinically relevant outdoor aeroallergens, recognised as both a major trigger for, and cause of, allergic respiratory diseases. This study aimed to provide a national, and indeed international, perspective on the state of Australian pollen data using a large representative sample… CONTINUE READING