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Snoring children have higher prevalence of asthma

An Australian study has reported that regular snoring in preschoolers is linked to a higher incidence of asthma and nocturnal coughing. The next step is to assess the various types of treatment available and see which one is most beneficial for that age group.

Source: summary of medical news story as reported by Pak Tribune

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Date: 16 December 2004

Source: Pak Tribune


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