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Asthma Linked to Bacterial Communities

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In a study led by UCSF team an existence of relationship between asthma and composition of bacterial species, which are present in bronchial airways was revealed. This finding could suggest new treat...

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Folic Acid May Increase the Risk of Asthma

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Recent Norwegian research suggests that there may be a connection between high levels of folic acid in pregnant mothers and the development of asthma in their children. However, the researchers stress...

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Folic Acid May Increase the Risk of Asthma

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Recent Norwegian research suggests that there may be a connection between high levels of folic acid in pregnant mothers and the development of asthma in their children. However, the researchers stress...

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How Obesity Affects Asthma

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Obesity continues to show up in research as a significant contributor to many health issues from serious to life-threatening. One such health problem is asthma. Although research is not yet conclusi...

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Docs Misdiagnose Asthma 30 percent of the time: Study

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OTTAWA - Up to 30 per cent of Canadians diagnosed with asthma may not actually have the chronic, and sometimes deadly condition, according to the surprising findings of a study appearing Tuesday in th...

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Quality of Family Mealtimes May Affect Kids' Asthma

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  The quality of family mealtimes can affect the health of children with asthma, new research suggests. In the study, U.S. researchers observed the mealtime interactions of members of 200 famil...

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Study Ties Road Traffic to Asthma and Allergies Incidence

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Teenagers living close to a busy road are more likely to have allergies and asthma than those living farther from traffic, a study of one shantytown in Peru suggests.   The findings, published ...

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Study Ties Road Traffic to Asthma and Allergies Incidence

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Study Ties Road Traffic to Asthma and Allergies Incidence
Teenagers living close to a busy road are more likely to have allergies and asthma than those living farther from traffic, a study of one shantytown in Peru suggests.   The findings, published ...

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More Research Needed on Diet and Environmental Influences on Childhood Asthma

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Asthma is one of the world's most common chronic diseases, affecting as many as 300 million people. It is estimated that by 2025 there could be an additional 100 million people with the disease. ...

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Weak Lungs Without Vitamin D

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A study by researchers at Perth’s Telethon Institute for Child Health Research has discovered the first concrete evidence linking Vitamin D deficiency with poorer lung function and changes in lung gro...

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