Yes, according to a recent review in the Journal of Allergy and Clinical Immunology. Global warming creates a hotter climate. Therefore, the Spring and Fall allergy season will lengthen due to more warmth. This causes a growth of more plants, pollen, and other allergens, which in turn stimulate allergies in humans.
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