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An itchy, runny nose, irritated eyes, and a tingling mouth could indicate that you’re allergic to ragweed.
An increase in the number of people with allergic hay fever caused by ragweed pollen will increase with climate change.
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.
AAFA announced its 2012 Fall Allergy Capitals, and Louisville tops the list as “the most challenging place to live with fall allergies.”
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