Immunology and Allergy Clinics of North America, Volume 41, February 2021,
Increased levels of CO2 and various greenhouse gases cause global warming and, in combination with pollutants from fossil fuel combustion and vehicular and industrial emissions, have been driving increases in noncommunicable diseases across the globe, resulting a higher mortality and morbidity. Respiratory diseases and associated allergenic manifestations have increased worldwide, with rates higher in developing countries. Pollen allergy serves as a model for studying the relationship between air pollution and respiratory disorders. Climate changes affect the quality and amount of airborne allergenic pollens, and pollutants alter their allergenicity, resulting in greater health impacts, especially in sensitized individuals.
Adverse Event; Air Pollutant; Air Pollutants; Air Pollution; Allergen; Allergenicity; Allergic Asthma; Asia; Biosphere; Climate Change; Disease Association; Disease Exacerbation; Environmental Factor; Global Warming; Greenhouse Effect; Health Status; Human; Humans; Increased CO 2; India; Non Communicable Disease; Nonhuman; Particle Size; Phenology; Pollen Allergy; Pollinosis; Prevalence; Priority Journal; Review; Rhinitis, Allergic, Seasonal; Southeast Asia; Temperature Sensitivity; Global