Peer reviewed scientific article
AuteursKurganskiy, Alexander; Creer, Simon; de Vere, Natasha; Griffith, Gareth W.; Osborne, Nicholas J.; Wheeler, Benedict W.; McInnes, Rachel N.; Clewlow, Yolanda; Barber, Adam; Brennan, Georgina L.; Hanlon, Helen M.; Hegarty, Matthew; Potter, Caitlin; Rowney, Francis; Adams-Groom, Beverley; Petch, Geoff M.; Pashley, Catherine H.; Satchwell, Jack; de Weger, Letty A.; Rasmussen, Karen; Oliver, Gilles; Sindt, Charlotte; Nicolas Bruffaerts; Skjøth, Carsten A.
Allergic rhinitis is an inflammation in the nose caused by overreaction of the immune system to allergens in the air. Managing allergic rhinitis symptoms is challenging and requires timely intervention. The following are major questions often posed by those with allergic rhinitis: How should I prepare for the forthcoming season? How will the season’s severity develop over the years? No country yet provides clear guidance addressing these questions. We propose two previously unexplored approaches for forecasting the severity of the grass pollen season on the basis of statistical and mechanis…