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Maintaining a healthy weight could have prevented asthma in almost 1 million children, say new findings.
Therapy that stresses cognitive behavioral interventions may help young African-Americans who suffer from asthma achieve better health.
Asthma and hay fever are associated with an increased risk of mental illness.
Babies given antacids and antibiotics may be more likely to develop allergies when they get older.
Genetics may explain the poorer response of African-American and Puerto Rican kids to the drug most commonly prescribed for asthma.
Having asthma doesn’t mean you can’t work out.
Man’s best friend may help boost children’s resistance to eczema and asthma.
Findings show that race can predict whether kids see a doctor for this skin condition.
Overuse of the antibacterial drugs can lead to children suffering from more drug-resistant infections in the future.
A medicine that helps those with asthma breathe may cut risk of the nervous system disorder by 33 percent.
Having asthma may increase the risk of type 1 diabetes, but previously having type 1 diabetes may decrease the risk of developing asthma.
New findings suggest early diagnosis and treatment of this chronic respiratory illness might help stop the epidemic of childhood obesity.
Nitrite, found in cured meats, such as bacon, sausage and salami, could make it harder for folks with asthma to breathe.
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Hay fever, asthma and eczema can be hard on any kid, but experts say real threat of chronic allergies may strike youngsters later in life.
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