Posts by category: Environmental Health and Climate Change

The impact of climate change on the prevalence of allergic conjunctivitis

As a blogger, I've recently been exploring the connection between climate change and allergic conjunctivitis. It's becoming increasingly clear that as global temperatures rise, so does the prevalence of this irritating eye condition. The main reason behind this is the extended pollen season, which exposes more people to allergens for longer periods of time. In addition, higher CO2 levels can cause plants to produce more potent pollen, further exacerbating the problem. This just goes to show that climate change not only threatens our environment, but also has a direct impact on our health.