Headlines Tagged with Asthma — 916 headlines found
Bans on smoking in public places and the workplace in North America and Europe are linked to a 10 percent drop in premature births and the number of children going to the hospital for an asthma flare-up, according to a new study.
Mar 28, 2014 HealthDay [HealthScout]
added Mar 29, 2014 12:39
RCOG statement on new Lancet study exploring impact of smoke-free legislation on preterm birth and child health
“This is an interesting study that provides further evidence that minimising access to smoke can have considerable public health benefits for perinatal and child health, in particular with regards to lowering the premature birth rate. “Smoking during p
Mar 28, 2014 Royal College of Obstetricians and Gynaecologists (uk)
added Mar 28, 2014 13:41
[UK] Effect of smoke-free legislation on perinatal and child health: a systematic review and meta-analysis [FREE FULL TEXT]
Smoke-free legislation is associated with substantial reductions in preterm births and hospital attendance for asthma. Together with the health benefits in adults, this study provides strong support for WHO recommendations to create smoke-free environmen
Mar 28, 2014 The Lancet (uk)
added Mar 28, 2014 13:35
researchers from the University of Edinburgh, Maastricht University, Hasselt University in Belgium, Harvard Medical School and Brigham and Women's Hospital looked at more than 2.5 million births and almost 250,000 hospital attendances for asthma attacks i
Mar 27, 2014 BBC Online
added Mar 28, 2014 13:30
Children also being spared asthma attacks by laws that keep public places smoke-free, researchers find
Mar 28, 2014 The Guardian (uk)
added Mar 28, 2014 11:38
A team from Edinburgh University was the first to look at how anti-smoking laws in different countries and areas were affecting children’s health. Smoking bans in public places in North America and Europe were found to reduce harm caused to the unborn a
Mar 28, 2014 The Scotsman (uk)
added Mar 28, 2014 11:09
Indoor cigarette smoke combines with air pollutants to form compounds that might cause cancer—and that can linger for decades. In addition to cancer, thirdhand smoke could be responsible for asthma attacks and allergic reactions.
Mar 20, 2014 National Geographic
added Mar 21, 2014 16:49
Parents who smoke and whose children suffer from severe asthma could be cancelling out the asthma medication's effects.
Feb 14, 2014 Medical Daily
added Feb 15, 2014 23:24
researchers at Imperial College London found that exposure to secondhand smoke at home leads to lower levels of an enzyme in kids. These enzymes help kids respond to the asthma treatment.
Feb 15, 2014 ScienceWorldReport
added Feb 15, 2014 23:16
Children exposed to cigarette smoke at home have lower levels of an enzyme that helps them respond to asthma treatment, a study has found. Passive smoking is known to worsen asthma symptoms in children and impair their response to inhaled steroid treatm
Feb 14, 2014 Imperial College London (uk)
added Feb 14, 2014 11:23