Clinical Environmental Medicine

Environmental Medicine (EM) is a discipline concerning the impact of environmental factors on individual health risks and common welfare. Clinical Environmental Medicine encompasses the medical care of persons with health complaints and medical findings which can be traced back to environmental factors. Read more about Clinical Environmental Medicine ...

Self-reported nickel allergy is associated with incident wheezing in young German males and females, and with incident asthma in males, whereas no significant association was observed for self-reported nickel allergy and incident rhinoconjunctivitis

Among men did contact allergy increase the probability of later asthma more than fourfold.