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(KSL News) You might want to be extra careful around poison ivy this summer. New research shows an increase in carbon dioxide has caused more poison ivy to grow.
Scientists believe the extra carbon dioxide is also making the oil in poison ivy more toxic. So, even people who weren't sensitive to it in the past may show sensitivity to it now.