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Predicting asthma attacks with grass pollen

A new international study has found the presence of different strains of grass pollen in the atmosphere can help predict when hay fever and asthma could strike.

The research has been carried out by an international team of scientists from Australia and the UK.

Associate Professor Nicholas Osborne from the School of Public Health at the University of Queensland explains to Mark work now is focussing on which grass pollen species are the most harmful strains.

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