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Climate Change-Related Alterations in Spring Onset Timing Linked to Increased Allergic Disease Burden in the US
In a national-scale study, NIEHS-funded researchers linked changes in the timing of spring onset affected by ongoing climate variability, with increased risk of hay fever among U.S. adults.

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