Spring hay fever tipped to be severe as sneeze season arrives

This spring is expected to be the worst for hay fever in half a decade and it's already here for some of us.

While there's a temptation to curse the bright wattles that start flowering at this time of year, Melbourne University pollen counter Ed Newbigin said the real culprits are far less conspicuous.

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A new national pollen monitoring system to help asthmatics

A more structured pollen monitoring system will be launched at the start of spring in a bid to reduce life-threatening asthma attacks.

A new national pollen monitoring and warning system is set to blow away the risk of hay fever for the hundreds of thousands of Australians with asthma.

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