Carbon dioxide may trigger allergens linked to asthma

Health experts believe the surge in the incidence of asthma in urban preschoolers during a 14-year period may be linked to high concentrations of carbon dioxide in the air. Harvard Medical School researcher Christine Rogers said carbon dioxide may stimulate abnormal growth of ragweed and other allergenic plants that aggravate asthma.

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