In episode 498 of The Whole View podcast, Stacy and Dr. Sarah discuss environmental allergies, their symptoms, the most common allergens, the difference between environmental allergies and chemical sensitivities, and how air pollution can worsen allergies. Then, Stacy and Dr. Sarah share strategies for managing environmental allergies, including reducing exposure, nutritional support, anti-histamine medications and allergy shots.

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Environmental exposures and mechanisms in allergy and asthma development

Mechanisms of allergic disease – environmental and genetic determinants for the development of allergy – Campbell – 2015 – Clinical & Experimental Allergy – Wiley Online Library

Dust Allergies | ACAAI Public Website

Zeroing in on the Cause of Multiple Chemical Sensitivity | Office for Science and Society – McGill University

The role of sensory and olfactory pathways in multiple chemical sensitivity

Chemical-induced asthma and the role of clinical, toxicological, exposure and epidemiological research in regulatory and hazard characterization approaches

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Long-term real-world effectiveness of allergy immunotherapy in patients with allergic rhinitis and asthma: Results from the REACT study, a retrospective cohort study. – The Lancet Regional Health – Europe


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