Respiratory hospital admissions were associated with ambient airborne pollen in Darwin, Australia, 2004-2005
Background: Although the role of pollen and fungus in specific allergic disorders has been well established, the public health impacts of ambient concentrations of airborne pollen and fungal spores; the shapes of concentration-response relationships; and
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