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Toddlers Who Share A Bed With Their Parents Have Higher Rate

Toddlers Who Share A Bed With Their Parents Have Higher Rate Of Asthma

Provided by European Lung Foundation New research suggests that toddlers who share a bed with their parents might have an increased risk of asthma in later childhood. The study, which is published online today (11 December, 2014) in the...

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2014-06-07 06:52:23

According to a new study, babies who are exposed to rodent and pet dander, roach allergens and household bacteria within their first year of life are less likely to experience allergies, wheezing and asthma.

2014-03-05 08:25:34

National Campaign Seeks to Educate People with Asthma on the Importance of 'Knowing Their Count' LANDOVER, Md., March 5, 2014 /PRNewswire/ -- The Asthma and Allergy Foundation of America

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2013-05-02 12:54:55

As schoolroom technology has evolved, teachers in increasing numbers opt for dustless chalk to keep both their hands and their classrooms clean. However, this new chalk spells bad news for the child who has a milk allergy.

2013-03-28 10:47:28

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2013-02-19 10:27:13

A study in Australia suggests that reduced lung function in infancy was associated with wheezing beyond childhood at 18 years of age.

2012-09-03 11:02:54

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tourtiere
  • a meat pie that is usually eaten at Christmas in Quebec
The word 'tourtiere' comes from the French tourte, or passenger pigeon.
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