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Preventive Measures Proved Ineffective in Allergic Children

ention did alter blood levels of fatty acids, the rate of asthma, wheezing, eczema or atopy did not differ between the groups who did and did not receive this intervention.

The research was undertaken by researchers from the Woolcock Institute of Medical Research, the CRC for Asthma, the Children's Hospital at Westmead and the School of Public Health, University of Sydney.

Woolcock Institute of Medical Research, Head of Epidemiology, Dr Guy Marks, said the study's results suggest further research is required to establish what other interventions can be recommended for the prevention of asthma and allergic disease.

‘We have shown it's possible to implement feasible strategies to reduce HDM allergen concentrations in a child's bed and create a sustained alteration in the ratio of fatty acids during the first five years of life,’ he said.

‘However as special treatment of children's beds and giving fish oil supplements to very young children with a family history of allergic disease seemed to have little benefit for the prevention of asthma and atopy, at least in the short term, we now need to consider other possibilities’.

It is possible the benefits of the measures taken in early life may not be apparent until after the age of five, so we're really interested to contact these children again in a few years and see how they have developed in regard to asthma,’ he said. Testing of children around the time of their eighth birthday is currently underway.

‘In the meantime, the study results help remove some of the blame parents often take on for not doing enough to prevent their child getting asthma.’

Source: Eurealert
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