And with Aspergillus, the environment is key: Aspergillus is a ubiquitous airborne mold that can cause allergies and hay fever.
The menus for colds, catarrh, hay fever, and asthma may be used for influenza.
Three proofs of His humor: democracy, hay fever, any fat woman.
Then he produced a handkerchief and yielded, apparently, to a violent attack of hay fever.
Aside from Ma's hay fever she is one of the healthiest women in this town.
This would be a good place for people with hay fever then, wouldn't it?
She is a martyr to hay fever, and has to fly from London to the sea early in May to escape.
The hay fever is his chief objection against living here, but he thinks it worth while.
At this moment she was recovering from an attack of hay fever and asthma.
hay fever "has a pathology" if urticaria has a pathology, for urticaria, too, subsides and leaves no traces.
hay fever n.
An allergic condition affecting the mucous membranes of the upper respiratory tract and the eyes, usually characterized by nasal discharge, sneezing, and itchy, watery eyes and usually caused by an abnormal sensitivity to airborne pollen.
An seasonal allergic condition characterized by a sensitivity to airborne pollen, resulting in nasal discharge, sneezing, and itchy, watery eyes. It occurs especially during late spring, late summer, and early fall and can be caused by the pollens of various plants, especially ragweed and certain trees and grasses.