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Neonatal lung function and later asthma

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Reduced lung function soon after birth has been associated with increased risk of wheezing in infants and toddlers. Now, a study in Oslo, Norway (

) , has associated reduced early neonatal lung function with asthma at the age of 10 years.

The study included 614 of 802 healthy term infants who had had lung function …

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