Respiratory infections in babies increase asthma risk: study

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Respiratory infections in babies increase asthma risk: study

CBC News November 8, 2007
Babies exposed to severe respiratory viruses have a higher likelihood of developing asthma as they grow older, new research suggests.
Treating these infants with medications that could change their immune response could prevent the development of the disease, they suggest.
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