Wednesday, November 6, 2013

Sick from Climate Change? Consult a Reputable Allergist in Phoenix

Currently, the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention estimates that one in twelve Americans suffers from respiratory conditions. As the article states, these numbers are expected to rise in the next few years as climate change continues to worsen. A higher incidence of respiratory diseases is very likely in Phoenix, where temperatures as high as 118 degrees have been recorded. Now that temperatures in the Valley of the Sun typically hover between 98 and 113 degrees, locals may be more likely to develop heat-related allergies and may need to see a reputable allergist in Phoenix before long.

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