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Asthma is one of the most common chronic illnesses for children. Affective diseases cause certain alerts, such as allergens, infections or chemical stigmas, with acute spasm and bronchial constriction. The result can be a life threatening breath. But how is suffering? Nowadays, researchers know that genetic predisposition is not only important but also environmental factors, such as emission of car emissions, but also a child's birth and infant diet.
30 percent higher risk
Another factor that has been found in the Duke University of Durango, by Jason Lang and his colleagues, is a body of weight. For the research, the researchers analyzed 507,496 children's data between the ages of 2 and 17. A total of 19 million visits among young patients were conducted between 2009 and 2015. The results of these selections were included in a database for research purposes.
Depending on the evaluation, children with weight problems are much more commonplace than children with healthy body. In this way, obesity had a greater risk for the disease at 30. Overweight, but not obese, the risk was at least 17% higher than the normal weight. This relationship continues to be calculated by calculating important factors such as age, sex, or allergies.
In many cases preventative?
According to researchers, obesity is a key role in developing asthma. It is true that, according to them, there could be around ten percent of American asthma cases, which is about one billion. "We have not done anything in front of many causes, such as a genetic attitude," says Lang. "Obesity and overweight are the risk factors that can be avoided, that is, an active lifestyle and healthy weight."
As the study authors emphasize, the study is not a controlled clinical trial. Whether there is a causal relationship between obesity and asthma and the mechanisms that cause excessive lung health in the lungs have not yet been studied. "But I think it would be appropriate here to suspect the cause connection," says Lang. (Pediatrics, 2018)