Urban living may be worse for hayfever than the countryside

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Urban living may be worse for hayfever than the countryside

With the first taste of Summer forecast for this week - highs of 26 degrees by Thursday - there is a timely new piece of research which suggests many Londoners are unaware of how living in a city can affect hayfever.

The study by Boots - claims almost 40 percent of us in the capital reckon the seasonal sniffles and itchy eyes will be worse in the countryside, with pollution often disrgarded as a trigger.

The TV presenter and meterologist Clare Nasir is with us

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