23
February
2015
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Europe/Amsterdam

Studies link climate change to longer, more intense hay fever season

If you found yourself sneezing and rubbing your itchy eyes more often through the fall hay fever season, put the blame on climate change.

Researchers at Children's Mercy Hospital say the extra carbon dioxide we're putting into the air, combined with warmer temperatures, have ragweed pumping out enormous amounts of pollen.

Read more via Kansas City Star