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Asthma risk factors that reduce risk

Factors that possibly reduced the risk of asthma includes having siblings, being a member of a multiple birth and being born between January and March. Risk factors for developing asthma during childhood include being a male, being treated by a pediatrician, living in an urban area, premature birth, low birth weight, asthma history on mother's side, respiratory infections, cystic fibrosis and respiratory distress syndrome.

Source: summary of medical news story as reported by Ivanhoe Newswire

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About: Asthma risk factors that reduce risk

Date: 18 October 2004

Source: Ivanhoe Newswire

URL: http://www.ivanhoe.com/channels/p_channelstory.cfm?storyid=9737

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