Tree pollen increased today and remains very high. In the Delaware Valley, tree pollen counts of 60-999 pollen grains per cubic meter of air in a 24 hours period are very high and may cause moderate to severe symptoms. Compared to yesterday's tree ...
It all began when Edward Hein, owner of Berkshire Allergy & Asthma Center, located in Wyomissing, was looking for a site that he could partner with to read and take photos of the information from his pollen collection equipment. His goal was to ...
Hay fever sufferers are being warned to brace for weeks of misery as a perfect storm of conditions threatens sustained high pollen levels. One of the wettest winters on record combined with forecast balmy weather could mean an explosion of grass pollen ...
The cause may be levels of pollen in the air around the Delaware Valley that have been reaching two or even three times their normal amount this spring, said Dr.
However the warm weather threatens to drive soaring pollen counts spelling misery for asthma and hayfever sufferers. A blast of warm air from the Continent will also drag a swathe of pollution across the country, experts warn.
IT may not be the 'toxic cloud' scaremongers are claiming is heading to the UK, but Hull and parts of East Yorkshire are set to suffer from higher than usual air pollution this weekend.
Yet for the second consecutive day, the official tree-pollen count was “very high” in the 24-hour period that ended Tuesday morning.
Monday, April 25, 2016, 7:31 PM - After a roller-coaster of spring weather, trees are now puffing their pollen out into the air across much of Canada.
Deep in the honey pot of Salt Lake Valley street culture swarms Beehive Bike Polo, a cohesive community and mainstay of the Downtown bike scene.
A Burkard pollen sampler spins in the wind atop a building housing UAA offices in East Anchorage on Tuesday, May 3, 2016. The sampler pulls a slide across a narrow aperture over a 24-hour period, trapping pollen on a sticky medium so it can be counted.
Britain's hayfever sufferers face the misery of a pollen plague this summer as levels are expected to be the highest for more than 100 years.