Steroids ineffective in young children with wheeze
New research involving medical experts at The University of Nottingham has found that steroid tablets do not reduce the symptoms of virus-induced wheezing in pre-school children.
Researchers from the universities of Nottingham, Leicester and Bart's in London have been at the centre of a leading...
Common Asthma Treatments Don't Work for Virus-Induced Wheeze
Preschoolers wheezing from a cold won't benefit from steroids, study finds,,,,
WEDNESDAY, Jan. 21 (HealthDay News) -- Steroid medications that are commonly prescribed to improve asthma symptoms don't help ease wheezing associated with a virus in preschoolers, two new reports suggest.
Persistent Childhood Wheeze Probably Inherited
Childhood wheezing has been linked to many different causes, some of which are typical of childhood asthma and some // of which are not. Previous studies have suggested early onset wheezing is associated with high levels of allergies, impaired lung function, and bronchial hyper-responsiveness. Chil...
Parental Stress Boosts Kids' Asthma Risk
... study, Shankardass and his colleagues collected data on 2,497 children in southern California. The children, aged 5 to 9, had no history of asthma or wheeze
when the study started. Over three years, the researchers tracked whether or not the children developed asthma.
In addition, the researchers had t...
Teens' Lung Health Is Linked to Their Diet
...einforced the importance of fruit and antioxidants in the diet for reducing wheeze
among asthmatic children, Burns added.
Adolescence is a period of rapid...was associated with an increased likelihood of chronic bronchitis symptoms, wheeze
Teens who smoked and who had lower vitamin C intake had gre...
Babies Born in High Pollen Months at Wheezing Risk
...tal pollen concentration exposure during the first three months of life increased the risk of early wheezing.
As many as 40 percent of children who wheeze
early in life may go on to develop childhood asthma, especially if they have other allergic symptoms, according to the authors of the study, published...
Wheezing and asthma in young children
... symptoms consistence with asthma in young children include:
associated with such triggers as viral infection or exercise
Increased bronchial hyper-reactivity, such as cough or wheeze
with mild exercise
"These symptoms can also be symptoms of conditions o...
Wheezing after early-life antibiotics
... Children who are given antibiotics in their first three months often wheeze
at 15 months of age. However, this wheezing is probably more due to the presence of chest infections than to the use of antibiotics.
These were th...
Pediatric Wheezing: If Not Asthma, Then What is It?
...se Control and Prevention (CDC).
Because of the increasing prevalence of asthma, it's easy to explain
why EIA is a common diagnosis for children who wheeze
(expiratory noise) or
have stridor (inspiratory noise). However, many non-asthmatics may present
asthmatic symptoms triggered by exercise (exercise-in...
Study finds link between birth order and asthma symptoms
...r. Some studies have found that having older siblings increases the risk of wheeze
in babies and toddlers. Our findings are novel in that we found that amon...eart, Lung, and Blood Institute.
In this study, the prevalence of recent wheeze
was higher among boys than girls (32% vs 21%) and higher among children wit...
Consumption of nut products during pregnancy linked to increased asthma in children
Additionally, the authors noted, there was a small effect of daily maternal fruit consumption during pregnancy on reducing the risk of wheeze
in children, but other factors such as health-consciousness and consumption of prenatal vitamins may have been contributing factors in ways that were ...
Scientists find predisposition to bronchiolitis in some babies
...nfants suffering from respiratory syncytial virus (RSV) infection. Although most infants infected with RSV have only mild symptoms such as a cough and wheeze
some develop potentially life-threatening bronchiolitis. Babies born prematurely are particularly susceptible to the condition but what has puzzled sc...
Early exposure to indoor fungus molecules may protect infants against future allergies
... UC team found that infants who were exposed to high levels of indoor fungal components—known as fungal glucans—were nearly three times less likely to wheeze
compared with infants exposed to low levels.
Fungal glucans are tiny molecules that scientists believe cause respiratory symptoms in adults. Craw...