How hi-pollen may make our drive more dangerous

How high levels of hay fever and pollen counts could be making our drive more dangerous 

With super high pollen level counts and issues with hay fever around this time of year loads of people are reaching for antihistamines. While they are great for relieving the allergy symptoms they can also cause blurry vision and sleepiness. Drug-driving is a crime even if people just take over-the-counter medicines. Yet more than half of drivers say they have driven after taking hay fever medicine and one in ten of them admit side effects affected their ability to drive safely. Cabs, Uber, and Lyft, not just for night time parties.

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