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Objective: This study investigated correlations between meteorological and environmental factors (MEFs) and allergic rhinitis in childhood (ARC). Methods: Children who received treatment for AR and meteorological data that might have influenced AR in the same time period were included in this study. Daily average maximum values of sulfur dioxide (SO2), nitrogen dioxide (NO 2 ), and particulate matter (PM10) at 3 a.m. and 8 a.m. were provided by the Shanghai Environmental Bureau for statisticaldoi:10.12932/ap06126.96.36.1996 pmid:26994622 fatcat:mcz2rwkrtbeofdamgiutbodgve