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Household chemical linked to asthma risk

Research involving 7,000 subjects has indicated that household chemicals such as bleach, paint stripper and carpet cleaners may be linked to childhood asthma. Study results suggested that the most frequent use of chemicals was associated with a doubled risk of wheezing problems.

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About: Household chemical linked to asthma risk

Date: 23 December 2004

Source: U TV Newsroom

URL: http://u.tv/newsroom/indepth.asp?id=54593&pt=n

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