Children from families with constant conflict high risk of developing asthma

Experts from the American College of Allergy, asthma and immunology conducted a survey of 92 thousand children under the age of 17. During the analysis of the collected information was: permanent family conflicts affect the risk of development of asthma in the child. The study is published in the newspaper The Daily Mail.

Additional risk factors scientists carried parental incarceration, mental illness in the family, death of a parent. Each factor, according to the results, increases the risk of asthma by 28%. Five factors at two times increase the probability of asthma.

Every fourth child, faced with five or more social factors, was suffering from asthma. With less negative experience index was down 12%.

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