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Is dry climate better for asthmatics than humid?
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Dr. John Overholt
Internal Medicine - Allergy & Immunology
In brief: Not necessarily
Long periods of hot dry weather lead to high ambient ozone levels.
Ozone is a respiratory irritant and can precipitate asthma symptoms in susceptible individuals. Urban areas with hot dry weather also have higher levels of respiratory irritants like sulfur dioxide and diesel exhaust particles.

In brief: Not necessarily
Long periods of hot dry weather lead to high ambient ozone levels.
Ozone is a respiratory irritant and can precipitate asthma symptoms in susceptible individuals. Urban areas with hot dry weather also have higher levels of respiratory irritants like sulfur dioxide and diesel exhaust particles.
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