Time trends of the prevalence of allergic diseases in Korea: A systematic literature review

@article{Kang2018TimeTO,
  title={Time trends of the prevalence of allergic diseases in Korea: A systematic literature review},
  author={Sung-Yoon Kang and Woo Jung Song and Sang-Heon Cho and Yoon-Seok Chang},
  journal={Asia Pacific Allergy},
  year={2018},
  volume={8}
}
The prevalence of allergic diseases has increased dramatically in recent decades, and are now considered major chronic diseases at the global level. The increasing burden of allergic diseases has led to numerous worldwide and local researchers to investigate the time trends in its prevalence and identify its driving factors. Environmental changes such as urbanization and industrialization have been suggested to explain the increasing prevalence, but recent reports from Western countries suggest… Expand

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