respiratory
Asthma

Paracetamol and childhood asthma link not causal?


New research that concludes that paracetamol taken during pregnancy is not directly responsible for the increased  asthma risk seen in children has been criticised for having “flawed logic”. The UK research involving almost 50,000 women found that children born to mothers who took paracetamol during pregnancy did have an increased risk of asthma, but the risk ...

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