Common Viral Infection Increases Asthma Risk

A viral respiratory infection common in children increases the risk of developing asthma, according to a study, the first to show a link between respiratory syncytial virus (RSV), infection and asthma in mice. A related study, also in mice, suggests that a medication neutralizing the virus could decrease children's chances of developing asthma. Researchers have long suspected a connection between asthma and RSV, the leading cause of viral respiratory infections in infants and children...

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