Baby asthma mold

Household Molds Linked to Childhood Asthma – NIH Research

Aug 20, 2012 Three specific species of mold were more common in the homes of babies who
later developed asthma. The finding highlights the importance …

Indoor mold poses key asthma risk for babies – The Chart – …

Aug 2, 2011 When infants are exposed to mold in the home, their risk for developing asthma
more than doubles, according to a study published Tuesday in …

Household Mold Doubles Kids' Asthma Risk – WebMD

Mar 4, 2005 The kids' parents or guardians answered asthma questionnaires and phone
surveys. Topics included the child's doctor-diagnosed asthma, …

Mold Allergy – American College of Allergy, Asthma and …

Source: http://www.aafa.org, Asthma and Allergy Foundation of America (AAFA). Molds
live everywhere—on logs and on fallen leaves, and in moist places like …

Childhood AsthmaAsthma and Allergy Foundation of America

This is the best way to ensure that, if your child does develop asthma, you and
your … exercise; allergens (things that cause allergies) such as dust mites, mold,
 …

Can the Weather Affect My Child's Asthma? – KidsHealth

While the effect of weather on asthma symptoms isn't fully understood, some kids'
… Dry, windy weather can stir up pollen and mold in the air, leading to …

Mold: The Hidden Allergy Problem – Parents.com

Mold is a fungus that comes in thousands of varieties and grows both outside and
… "If your child has asthma, it's important to try to avoid places that are most …

Mold | March of Dimes

Mold affects some babies more than others. Babies who live in places with a lot
of mold are more likely than other babies to have allergies, asthma and other …

Infants exposed to specific molds have higher asthma risk

Aug 2, 2012 Researchers now report new evidence that exposure to three types of mold
during infancy may have a direct link to asthma development during …

Mold May Cause Child Asthma – Clean Air Plus

New research strengthens link between mold spores and infant asthma, putting
the focus on HEPA filtration.

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