Reviewed by Minesh
Khatri, MD on
June 25, 2018
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American Academy of Asthma, Allergies, & Immunology: “Outdoor Allergens.”
Arthritis Foundation of Western Australia: “Aches and Pains During Cold and Wet Weather.”
Cleveland Clinic: “Cold Weather Can Give You Exercise-Induced Asthma.”
Joslin Diabetes Center: “Turning Up the Heat on Brown Fat.”
LiveScience: “Why We Get Cranky When It’s Hot Out.”
Mayo Clinic: “Can weather changes trigger migraines?” “Heatstroke,” “Hypothermia.”
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