reference : Climate change, migration, and allergic respiratory diseases: An update for the allergist

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Abstract Local climate changes can impact on a number of factors, including air pollution, that have been shown to influence both the development and attacks of allergic respiratory diseases, and they thus represent an important consideration for the allergist. Migration involves exposure to a new set of pollutants and allergens and changes in housing conditions, diet and accessibility to medical services, all of which are likely to affect migrants' health. This review provides an update on climate change, migration, and allergy and discusses factors for consideration when making recommendations for local allergy service provision, and for assessing an individual patient's environmental exposures. Copyright © 2011 by World Allergy Organization.
Author D'Amato, G.; Rottem, M.; Dahl, R.; Blaiss, M. S.; Ridolo, E.; Cecchi, L.; Rosario, N.; Motala, C.; Ansotegui, I.; Annesi-Maesano, I.
Author Address Division of Respiratory Allergy, High Speciality Hospital A. Cardarelli, University of Napoli, Via Rione Sirignano, 10, 80121, Napoli, Italy Allergy Asthma and Immunology, Emek Medical Center, Afula, and Rappaport Faculty of Medicine, Technion, Haifa, Israel Department of Respiratory Diseases, Aarhus University Hospital, Aarhus, Denmark Clinical Department of Pediatrics and Medicine, University of Tennessee Health Science Center, Memphis, TN, United States Department of Clinical Sciences, University of Parma, Italy Interde-Partmental Centre of Bioclimatology, University of Florence, Florence, Italy Interdepartmental Centre of Bioclimatology, University of Florence, Florence, Italy Department of Pediatrics, Federal University of Parana, Brazil Department of Paediatrics and Child Health, University of Cape Town, Cape Town, South Africa Department of Allergy and Immunology, Hospital Quiron Bizkaia, Bilbao, Spain INSERVI, UMR S 707, EPAR, Paris, F-75012, France UPMC University of Paris 06, UMR-S 707, EPAR, Paris, F-75012, France
DOI 10.1097/WOX.0b013e3182260a57
ISSN 1939-4551
Issue 7
Journal World Allergy Organization Journal
Keywords Allergic respiratory diseases; Allergy; Climate change; Migration and allergy; allergen; air pollution; asthma; disease severity; drought; energy yield; environmental exposure; greenhouse effect; greenhouse gas; hospital admission; human; humidity; migration; Northern Hemisphere; photosynthesis; pollen; pollen allergy; prevalence; priority journal; respiratory tract allergy; review; Southern Hemisphere; temperature; urban area
Notes Cited By (since 1996):3 Export Date: 7 November 2013 Source: Scopus Language of Original Document: English Correspondence Address: Amato, G.; Division of Respiratory Allergy, High Speciality Hospital A. Cardarelli, University of Napoli, Via Rione Sirignano, 10, 80121, Napoli, Italy; email: gdamatomail@gmail.com
Pages 121-125
Title Climate change, migration, and allergic respiratory diseases: An update for the allergist
Volume 4
Year 2011
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