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Early lower respiratory illness predicts asthma later in life

     According to a newly released study from the University of Arizona, published online in the journal Pediatrics, having a lower respiratory illness like pneumonia within the first three years of life exposes children to a greater risk of asthma later. In fact, children who had had these illnesses were twice as likely than children who hadn't to be diagnosed with asthma and wheeze as adults.

     Using data from the longitudinal Tucson Children's Respiratory Study, collected from 1246 healthy infants between 1980 and 1984, the researchers compared the lung function of 338 children who had experienced lower respiratory illnesses before age 3 and 308 who hadn't. The children who had respiratory illnesses had nearly twice the risk of developing asthma by age 26. Long-lasting effects of these diseases on lung function were also discovered, with the children who had been sick at an early age displaying many more signs of decreased lung function, such as active wheezing and low forced expiratory volume (FEV, a common way of measuring lung capacity in asthma sufferers).

     According to lead study author Johnny Y.C. Chan, MBChB, of Kwong Wah Hospital in Hong Kong and Arizona Respiratory Center at the University of Arizona in Tucson, "Radiologically ascertained pneumonia before age 3 years is associated with asthma and impaired airway function that is only partially reversible with bronchodilators and that persists into adult life. Because there is considerable evidence that asthma associated with airflow limitation is a strong risk factor for subsequent chronic obstructive pulmonary disease, the prevention of early-life pneumonia and of the factors that determine low lung function in infancy may contribute significantly to decrease the public health burden of chronic obstructive pulmonary disease."

     For information about air purifiers for asthma and help finding the best air purifier for your needs, contact US Air Purifiers today. 

Pregnant women's fructose intake linked to asthma in children

     According to a longitudinal study from Harvard University and Brigham and Women's Hospital in Boston, children have a significantly higher risk of developing asthma if their mothers had elevated fructose intake in the second trimester. High fructose intake at 2 years old was also associated with higher rates of asthma. 

     Fructose, found largely in sweetened beverages, is already associated with several other inflammatory conditions, such as diabetes, hypertension and gout. The new study, led by Dr. Lakiea Wright, suggests that it may be linked to asthma as well. The researchers analyzed data on 1,111 mother-child pairs that had been collected as part of the Project Viva longitudinal pre-birth cohort study. Using self-reported food intake information, they estimated fructose intake for the mothers between the first and second trimesters, and for the children at age two.

     After dividing the subjects into quartiles by fructose intake, the researchers found that children whose mothers fell in the highest quartile had significantly higher BMIs in mid-childhood and were more likely to have asthma than those in the lower quartiles. Children who had high levels of fructose consumption at age two also had higher rates of mid-childhood asthma. The most common forms of fructose intake were sweetened drinks like soda for the mothers and sweetened juices for children at two years old. 

     Dr. Wright said in her presentation of the findings, "We found that sociodemographic factors, such as race and income, and measures of adiposity were associated with fructose intake. Early-life exposure to fructose may influence asthma development in children."

     If your child suffers from asthma symptoms, investing in an air purifier can help them find relief. Contact us for more information about air purifiers for asthma

4 foods that may help with asthma

     You probably wouldn't expect your diet to have an influence on your asthma symptoms, but according to a growing body of research, you may be able to reduce asthma symptoms by eating certain foods. Of course, this is no replacement for consulting with your doctor and taking your medication as prescribed, but if you're looking for some extra relief, incorporating these foods into your diet may do the trick:

  • Apples: Apples contain chemical compounds called flavenoids, some of which have been shown to open airways. One recent UK study found that people who ate two to five apples per week were 32 percent less likely to have asthma than those who ate fewer apples.
  • Citrus fruits: The high levels of vitamin C found in citrus fruits may be able to prevent damage to the lungs due to free radicals in the system. A Japanese study found that children who had a higher intake of vitamin C were less likely to be diagnosed with asthma.
  • Fish oil: It may not be the tastiest of foods, but fish oil has been shown to increase lung health and is a valuable source of omega-3 fatty acids. One study found that people with asthma who began taking fish oil experienced reduced constriction of their airways and had to use less of their medications.
  • Carrots: The beta-carotene found in carrots is a potent antioxidant and may reduce the symptoms of exercise-induced asthma. Carrots aren't the only vegetables that contain beta-carotene, though. It can be found in many brightly-colored vegetables, like sweet potatoes and green peppers.

     Another effective way of managing your asthma symptoms is to invest in a home air purifier. For more information about air purifiers for asthma, contact us at US Air Purifiers today. 

Teen girls in rural areas more likely to have undiagnosed asthma

     According to a new study conducted at the Medical College of Georgia at Georgia Regents University, teen girls in rural areas were much more likely than teen boys from the same areas to suffer from undiagnosed asthma. Asthma is equally as common in rural as in urban settings, but the combination of living in a rural area and being female puts teens at a higher risk of their asthma going undiagnosed, according to the study.

     Dr. Jeana Bush, an Allergy and Immunology Fellow at the Medical College of Georgia, led the study, which analyzed data on 2,523 adolescents living in Georgia between 2010 and 2013. The researchers found that rural female subjects were much less likely to be correctly diagnosed with asthma than their male counterparts. Dr. Bush believes this may be due to disparities in health care associated with sports participation or the perception that teen girls' health issues are "all in their heads".

     "There's a lot of speculation about why females are more likely to be undiagnosed. Maybe it's because boys are more likely to get a sports physical for athletics and they catch it then. Or maybe it's because girls attribute asthma symptoms to something else, like anxiety. That needs further study," she said in a statement.

     The study also found that rural, asthmatic girls were much more likely to be depressed than the general population, suggesting a link between depression, asthma and low rates of diagnosis for this group. About 77 percent of the teens in the survey who scored highly on depression rating scales were female.

     If your child has asthma, a home air purifier can go a long way toward reducing their symptoms. For help finding air purifiers for asthma, contact US Air Purifiers today. 

What to think about before buying an air purifier

     Whether your home has an air quality problem or you're looking to improve your allergy symptoms by removing dust and pet allergens from the air, a home air purifier can significantly improve your quality of life. Simply by allowing yourself to breathe cleaner air, you will find that your energy and general health improve. Here are a few things to take into account when shopping for your new air purifier:

  • Consider what you will be using the air purifier for. If you're aiming to reduce the quantity of allergens in the air you breathe to mitigate seasonal or pet allergies, you should look for an air purifier for allergies, which usually feature High Efficiency Particulate Air (HEPA) filters. These filters are designed to catch all particulate matter that is larger than 0.3 microns. Most allergens, such as pollen, mold spores, pet dander and ragweed, fall into this category. On the other hand, if asthma symptoms due to smoke and other fumes in the home are your main concern, you will want to find an air purifier specifically designed for asthma or for smoke.
  • Decide where you will place your air purifier. Air purifiers can only clean the air in one room at a time, so it's recommended to place your air purifier in the room that you spend the most time in. 
  • Look into maintenance and noise level. Check on how often you'll have to change the filter, and if noise is a concern for you, take a look at each unit's decibel (dB) rating before making your final decision. Most air purifiers aren't noisy enough to cause problems, but some are still quieter than others.

     For more information about any of our products, feel free to contact us at US Air Purifiers today. 

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