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The Allergy Risk combines the burden from pollination with weather data to display the general risk for the current day (number in the center). The hourly forecast provides the Allergy Risk of the given time and thus displays the development of the Allergy Risk during the day (white = no burden to red = very high burden).

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December

Issued 17th of December 2018

Situation and medium-term forecast

First preview on the pollen season 2019 – Spaeth´s alder does not flower yet!
A special alder species, Spaeth´s alder, shows still closed catkins and will start flowering probably next week in some places and will cause a first local burden. This species is known for its flower around Christmas time and occurs only where it was planted.

The forecasted start date of the hazel and alder pollen season is calculated based on forecast models. Due to the uncertainty of long-term temperature forecasts, the actual flowering start of hazel and alder can...

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Pollen-App

The App for pollen allergy sufferers - your indispensable support in everyday life!

The Austrian Pollen Information Service (www.pollenwarndienst.at) at the Medical University of Vienna provides a pollen forecast for the next three days in your region in co-operation with local and international institutions.
Available for: Austria, Germany, Switzerland, Sweden, Spain, Great Britain and South Tyrol.

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Pollen Diary

Are you also pollen allergy sufferer? Keep the situation in sight with just one view.

Enter your symptoms into the patient's hay fever diary and display your symptoms - for the benefit of all pollen allergy sufferers.

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News for allergy sufferers

04.12.2018

Reminder: Studie zu Pollenallergie und Eisenmangel

Sie sind weiblich, zwischen 18 und 50 Jahren (vor der Menopause), leben in Wien und leiden an einer Birkenpollenallergie? Dann melden Sie sich jetzt, denn es sind noch Plätze frei, wenn Sie an einer Studie teilnehmen wollen, die mit Nahrungsergänzungsmitteln versucht den Eisenhaushalt zu verändern und die Auswirkung auf die allergische Reaktion im Jahr 2019 zu verbessern. Die Deadline wurde bis zum 15. Jänner verlängert!

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