Climate, traffic-related air pollutants and allergic rhinitis prevalence in middle-school children in Taiwan.

@article{Lee2003ClimateTA,
  title={Climate, traffic-related air pollutants and allergic rhinitis prevalence in middle-school children in Taiwan.},
  author={Y L Lee and C K Shaw and H J Su and Jim S Lai and Young Chun Ko and Sheng Lung Huang and Fung Chang Sung and Yue Leon Guo},
  journal={The European respiratory journal},
  year={2003},
  volume={21 6},
  pages={964-70}
}
The prevalence of allergic rhinitis, a common respiratory disorder, may be rapidly increasing. Epidemiological studies, however, indicate little about its association with climatic factors and air pollution. The relationship between traffic-related air pollutants and allergic rhinitis in middle-school students was therefore investigated. In a nationwide survey of middle-school students in Taiwan conducted in 1995/1996, the lifetime prevalence of physician-diagnosed allergic rhinitis and typical… CONTINUE READING
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