Hay fever: sources and notes


  • Dr. Pierrick Hordé "The guide to pollen allergies", Flammarion.
  • Didier A. et al. Allergic rhinitis: the patient's point of view. Rev. Allergol, 1999, 39 (3): 171-85. Demoly P.,
  • Can I prevent allergies? Arnaud Franel Editions, 2001.

More practical information

You are very allergic to pollen and you must go to the countryside, do not hesitate to consult the site of Rnsa. It will give you precise information on the pollination region by region.

www.rnsa.asso.fr: the site of the National Network of Aerobiological Surveillance, very useful to know the concentration of pollens in the air by time and by region.

www.afpral.asso.fr: the website of the French Association for the Prevention of Allergies (AFPRAL).

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