Some wheezy infants have lower risk of asthma in adulthood: Melbourne Atopy Cohort

Infants who have early transient wheeze in the first two years of life have a reduced risk of atopic disease and asthma in later childhood and adolescence, a Victorian study has found The findings that early transient wheeze is a benign condition that may even be protective against allergy and asthma can be a reassuring ...

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