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  1. Will Your Child Outgrow Asthma?

    March 22, 2005 - Some kids can "outgrow" asthma, but most don't, a new study shows. For nine years, Ronina Covar, MD, of National Jewish Medical and Research Center, Denver, and colleagues followed 900 children with mild to moderate asthma. Only 6% of the kids fully "outgrew" their asthma. This mean

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  2. Misconceptions About Inhaled Steroids

    Misunderstandings about inhaled steroids prescribed for asthma may prompt some patients to cut back on the drug's use. That could lead to asthma flare-ups, a new study suggests. Better communication between patients and doctors could help clear the air. Doctors should explore patient beliefs about t

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  3. Obesity May Raise Kids' Asthma Risk

    March 15, 2005 -- Childhood obesity and asthma may be connected, but it's not clear which comes first. Children with an active wheeze had significantly higher BMI and a greater prevalence of obesity, write researchers. Although there is speculation that asthma predisposes to obesity by reducing phys

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  4. Obesity May Raise Kids' Asthma Risk

    Childhood obesity and asthma may be connected, but it's not clear which comes first. Children with an active wheeze had significantly higher BMI and a greater prevalence of obesity, write researchers. Although there is speculation that asthma predisposes to obesity by reducing physical activity, thi

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  5. Worst Cities, Worst Bugs for Asthma

    Mar. 8, 2005 -- Worried about kids' asthma risk? You might want to take a look at your address -- and call an exterminator. Your home -- and bugs lurking there -- can affect children's chances of developing asthma, says a new study. What's more, those factors vary between cities and building types.

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  6. Who's at Risk for Asthma Relapse?

    Mar. 7, 2005 -- When asthma vanishes, it's not necessarily gone for good. One out of three kids who beats asthma by age 18 gets it again by the time they're 26. But there's a little fine print to those newly reported numbers. On the bright side, asthma may be less harsh if it returns in young adulth

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  7. Household Mold Doubles Kids' Asthma Risk

    Mar. 4, 2005 -- Kids' asthma risk more than doubles if their homes smell of mold, says a new study. "This study is important for families everywhere," says Jim Burkhart, PhD, in a news release. Burkhart is the science editor for Environmental Health Perspectives, which published the study in its Mar

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  8. Obesity Raises Girls' Risk of Asthma

    Mar. 1, 2005 -- Add asthma to the list of health problems that obesity can cause in young women. Many parts of the world have seen an explosion in the obesity epidemic and increases in asthma. Studies have shown several possible links between the two, but an understanding of the issue remains incomp

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  9. Ants Can Cause Asthma, Allergies

    Feb. 25, 2005 -- Household ants can cause allergies and asthma. Researchers say if you see ants in the house, then they should be taken into consideration if anyone has breathing problems. Many insects (including cockroaches) have been reported to contribute to respiratory problems. Now, the pharaoh

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  10. Diesel Danger: Which City Tops the List?

    Feb. 22, 2005 - Pollution from diesel engines is expected to shorten the lives of 21,000 Americans by the year 2010, according to a new report. In addition to 3,000 deaths from lung cancer alone, diesel soot also contributes to an estimated 15,000 hospital admissions, 27,000 nonfatal heart attacks,

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