Symptoms and laboratory parameters of allergic disease exhibit prominent circadian variations, with symptoms worsening overnight or early in the morning.
Gas, dust, and fume exposure correlated with a doubled risk of sensitization to mites, but not other allergens.
No serious local allergic swellings or serious allergic reactions among SLIT-tablet-treated individuals with asthma.
In utero, infant exposure to tobacco smoke has been linked to increased to asthma, rhinitis risk in early childhood and eczema in later life.
Association toward decreased odds of allergy among children of mother’s whose allergic rhinitis was treated with immunotherapy.