Impacts of Our Changing Climate on Allergic Respiratory Disease

published 2 weeks ago

People with allergies know that daily weather determines symptoms. Dr. Katherine Gunding explores how climate change is contributing to higher pollen counts and longer pollen seasons. Also, mold allergens that can cause severe asthma and respiratory symptoms are seen with rising sea levels, after hurricanes or with increased humidity. Series: "Mini Medical School for the Public" [Health and Medicine] [Show ID: 36096]

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