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Our changing climate is creating a longer, more extreme allergy season1-3,and while patients might not yet be aware of this, you may have noticed the following trends in pharmacy:

But unfortunately, many patients are not seeking advice from pharmacists.

To reverse this trend, we’ve created an Allergy Resource Kit filled with information and materials to help you and your staff start a conversation with disengaged allergy sufferers.

Fill in your details to receive your allergy kit.













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References: 1. Medek D, Beggs P, Erbas B, et al. 2016. Regional and seasonal variation in airborne grass pollen levels between cities of Australia and New Zealand. Aerobiologia, 32 (2):289-302. 2. Beggs PJ. Climate change and allergy in Australia: an innovative, high-income country, at potential risk. Public Health Res Pract. 2018;28(4):e2841828. 3. https://www.pnas.org/content/118/7/e2013284118 4. Source WAO Ambient air pollution Health impact

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