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Stress in pregnancy linked to children's asthma risk

April 4, 2014 — NEW YORK (Reuters Health) - Stress during pregnancy brought on by events like divorce, job loss or death of a loved one appears to be linked to an increased risk of asthma and eczema among children.

'Spring Allergy Capitals' report released for 2014; Louisville, Kentucky tops list

March 31, 2014 — NEW YORK (Reuters Health) - The 12th annual "Spring Allergy Capitals" report was released today by the Asthma and Allergy Foundation of America (AAFA). For the third time in the report's history, Louisville, Kentucky was ranked number one (up from fifth place last year).

Smoking bans cut premature births and child asthma attacks

March 28, 2014 — LONDON (Reuters) - Banning smoking in public places has helped to cut premature births by 10%, according to new research from the United States and Europe.

Removing mold may reduce adult asthma risk

March 24, 2014 — NEW YORK (Reuters Health) - Mold exposure in the home raises the risk of asthma symptoms in middle age, according to a new study from Australia.

Rivals race to develop new biotech asthma drugs

March 18, 2014 — LONDON (Reuters) - Rival firms are racing to develop injectable biotech asthma drugs for patients with severe disease who don't respond well to traditional inhalers, in pursuit of a new market worth a possible $7.5 billion.

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Arthur L. Weaver, M.D., M.S., F.A.C.P., M.A.C.R.
Clinical Professor of Medicine
University of Nebraska Medical Center

Sergio Schwartzman, MD,
Franchellie M. Cadwell Associate Professor of Medicine,
Weill Medical College
The Hospital for Special Surgery and
New York Presbyterian Hospital
Cornell University, New York, NY

Gary Williams, MD, PhD
Department of Medicine
Scripps Clinic Medical Group
La Jolla, California.