Climate Change Blamed for Early Allergy Season - NBC Southern California

    Climate Change Blamed for Early Allergies

    A new study implies that climate change may be the reason many are suffering from allergies earlier than usual. Temperature and carbon dioxide levels are on the rise, which speeds up plant growth. Dr. Bruce Hensel reports for the NBC4 News at 5 p.m. on March 28, 2013. (Published Thursday, Mar 28, 2013) A new study implies that climate change may be the reason many are suffering from allergies earlier than usual. Temperature and carbon dioxide levels... See More