Climate change is driving our planet’s surge in hurricanes, wildfires, deluges and droughts. It is a new environment of extremes, where mold, pollen and pollution proliferate. And who feels the direct health effects, those with allergies and asthma.
As if the news on climate change wasn’t bad enough, now scientists in England are projecting vast increases in the number of people who suffer from hay fever thanks to the devastating impact of global warming and extreme weather.
Study finds “bad habits” may ward off allergies to cats, dust mites, mold and more.
Immunotherapy in a toothpaste? Initial test proves positive.