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E-cigarettes have fewer toxins than regular cigarettes but still contain a mixture of harmful chemicals and raise the risk of respiratory diseases.
Babies with a food allergy were almost four times more likely to develop asthma at six years of age, compared to children without a food allergy.
Kawakami and his colleagues are working to understand how these HRF and antibody interactions drive dangerous allergic reactions.
The campaign, ‘Tuffies’ aims to direct more targeted awareness on improving respiratory care amongst children, especially those living with asthma.
Significantly larger percentage of women who had atopic diseases and had a history of being exposed to domestic abuse and violence compared to those...
Infants, who typically spend 80 per cent-90 per cent of their time indoors and are especially vulnerable to chemical exposures through the lungs and...
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Nearly 40% of pregnant women decrease or stop taking asthma medication because they are worrying it could be harmful to their unborn babies