Feb 5, 2013 ... Living near equator likely increases allergy and asthma risk ... of Allergy, Asthma
& Immunology, people who live close to the equator may be more ... The report is
one of the first to look at how geography and sun exposure can affect allergy and
asthma risk. ... What happens to your body when you sneeze?
Feb 4, 2013 ... ... risk factor for allergies and asthma: your proximity to the Equator. ... Annals of
Allergy, Asthma & Immunology shows that people who live closer to ... “These
modifications can lead to an elevated risk of developing allergy and asthma.” ...
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Mar 27, 2014 ... Anaphylaxis is characterized as a severe allergic reaction that ... Anaphylaxis
occurs rapidly and can require serious medical attention. ... are greater in
populations that live further from the equator. ... in anaphylaxis, as the further you'
re away from the equator, the less ... Test Your Vitamin D Levels at Home...
For people with arthritis, the sun's warmth can help relieve some of their physical
pain. ... Your skin type affects how easily you become sunburned. People with ...
Mar 3, 2016 ... Every time you take a step, blink, or move your arm, your CNS is at work. ...
Damaged nerve signals can cause debilitating symptoms, including: ... People
who live near the equator are exposed to more sunlight. ... and the immune
system, other risk factors may increase your chances of developing MS.
An allergy can affect different parts of the body. ... Research showing children
who have close contact with pets or livestock and ... consumption in a population
at increased risk of developing peanut allergies ... Several studies show that the
further away you live from the equator (hence your lower level of sunlight
May 15, 2016 ... A “risk factor” is defined as anything that increases your risk—your ... further from
the equator that you live, the greater the risk that you will have T1D. However,
living in, for example, Canada, far north of the equator does not cause T1D. ....
vessels or that affect the blood vessels can increase your risk of AD.
Apr 4, 2016 ... Where You Live Could Be a Risk Factor for Multiple Sclerosis ... Researchers say
these findings suggest an environmental influence on ... he added, “you'll see
that the risk increases as you move farther away from the Equator. .... inspire you
toward the best possible health outcomes for you and your family.
Otherwise known as seasonal depression, SAD can affect your mood, sleep,
appetite, and ... changes the farther you are from the equator, SAD is most
common in people who live ... heat and humidity, possibly even an upswing in
seasonal allergies. ... experienced SAD or another type of depression puts you at
Mar 1, 2013 ... against allergy. ... potential risks of exposure to allergens. ... adult onset asthma
could be due to ... now the latitude at which you live may influence your chances
of developing asthma ... to the Equator and high UV-B exposure.