Seasonal Allergic Rhinitis: Managing a Growing Problem

Seasonal Allergic Rhinitis: Managing a Growing Problem

Seasonal allergic rhinitis is on the increase due to climate change and pollution, and has a significant impact on public health. Allergenic pollens are usually from plants that are windborne pollinators, and release allergens on contact or in humid conditions. Treatment is primarily through avoidance and education, as well as pharmacotherapy and immunotherapy where appropriate.

Modern Medicine – Issue 6 2020