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“Saharan plume” brings additional eye, nose and throat irritation to allergy sufferers Those with asthma might find dust will cause more serious flares.
Recommendations on the use of face masks to reduce COVID-19 transmission From the American College of Allergy, Asthma and Immunology
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Facts & Statistics
- 16.9 million adults and 6.7 million children have been diagnosed with hay fever in the last year.
- Allergic diseases, which include asthma, are the fifth most prevalent chronic diseases in all ages, and the third most common in children.
- Asthma results in 456,000 hospitalizations and 2.1 million emergency room visits annually.
- Weather conditions such as extremely dry, wet or windy weather can worsen an asthma condition.