Australia in 'Thunderstorm Asthma' Outbreak

In a rare event caused by very high levels of rye grass pollen coupled with rain and high winds, hundreds of people with asthma in Australia were stricken with life-threatening asthma attacks, and two died, BBC.com reports. One in 10 Australians have asthma and 80 percent have allergies, BBC.com said. It’s spring in Australia right now, but you can always work on reducing your asthma and allergy symptoms. It’s estimated that 25 million Americans have spring allergies, and...

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