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May 142010
 

From Green Right Now Reports

Get ready to sneeze. There’s another study out showing that your seasonal allergies will worsen as carbon dioxide levels rise.

Timothy grass (Photo: Mary Jelks, University of Tulsa)

Timothy grass (Photo: Mary Jelks, University of Tulsa)

This one, published in the peer-reviewed Environmental Health Perspectives, finds that increasing levels of CO2 in the air drive increased production of fungal spores, including some associated with allergies and asthma.
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