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Hay fever (pollen allergy) is one of the most common kinds of allergies. About 35 million Americans suffer from hay fever. Pollen is made by trees, grasses, and weeds. During the spring, summer, and fall some plants release pollen into the air you breathe. Your symptoms might be different at different times of the year. It all depends on the kinds of plants that grow where you live and what allergies you have.
Rutgers expert highlights the effects of climate change on allergies, autoimmunity and the microbiome

Rutgers expert highlights the effects of climate change on allergies, autoimmunity and the microbiome

Human genome may explain the neonatal origins of immune and inflammatory diseases

Human genome may explain the neonatal origins of immune and inflammatory diseases

Mice study reveals new therapeutic strategy for slowing down Huntington's disease

Mice study reveals new therapeutic strategy for slowing down Huntington's disease