Headlines Tagged with Asthma — 830 headlines found
Children whose mothers smoked during pregnancy may have an increased risk of asthma - even if they were not exposed to secondhand smoke after birth, a large study of European children suggests.
Aug 21, 2012 Reuters
added Aug 22, 2012 02:12
WOMEN who smoke have been warned their habit is most likely to cause harm to their babies during the first three months of their pregnancy.
Aug 18, 2012 The Scotsman (uk)
added Aug 20, 2012 14:04
More breathing problems seen in preschoolers even if mothers stopped smoking once they were born
Aug 17, 2012 HealthDay [HealthScout]
added Aug 20, 2012 02:53
Fumes that come of a smokers clothes, or thirdhand smoke, can be harmful to children. (Source: CNN)
Aug 8, 2012 WLOX-TV (Biloxi, MS)
added Aug 11, 2012 14:53
"There's evidence now that third-hand smoke is a risk factor in children like chronic ear infections and chronic respiratory infections," Dr. Edelman explains. "And if your clothes reek of smoke, your hair reeks of smoke, your little child is going to get
Aug 8, 2012 KOLR-TV Channel 10 (Springfield, MO)
added Aug 8, 2012 12:07
Sam Oh of the University of California, San Francisco, analyzed data from nearly 2,500 Latino and African-American young people. The study, published in the Journal of Allergy and Clinical Immunology, found children of smokers had a 50 percent increase
Jul 31, 2012 UPI
added Aug 1, 2012 23:42
Prohibition of smoking in pubs and restaurants appears to have encouraged people to try to cut down
Jun 29, 2012 The Guardian (uk)
added Jul 1, 2012 08:09
For all those smokers out there, chances are you're not thinking about your child, spouse or others around you when you light up a cigarette. Think twice, say doctors.
Jun 2, 2012 Times of India
added Jun 28, 2012 12:24
Parental smoking is associated with symptoms of asthma in exposed children, report researchers who found the more parents smoked, the greater the risk to their children.
Jun 25, 2012 News-Medical.net
added Jun 26, 2012 12:15
African-American and Latino children whose mothers smoked during pregnancy are more likely to suffer from acute asthma symptoms in their teens than asthma sufferers whose mothers did not smoke, according to a new study led by a research team at UCSF.
May 31, 2012 Medical Xpress (PhysOrg.com)
added Jun 14, 2012 20:53