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Exposure to indoor pool airborne chemicals may increase asthma risk in children

A study has discovered that repeated exposure by children to indoor pool fumes may cause damage to pulmonary epithelial cells which may be a factor in increased risk of asthma.

Source: summary of medical news story as reported by Elites TV

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About: Exposure to indoor pool airborne chemicals may increase asthma risk in children

Date: 15 December 2004

Source: Elites TV

URL: http://www.elitestv.com/pub/2004/Dec/EEN41c05deda0bbf.html

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