Children's asthma is more pronounced when their mothers are stressed, angry or irritable, Japanese researchers found in The Telegraph's British daily newspaper.In a small study published by BioMed Central, an open access scientific portal, 223 mothers were monitored for stress levels and behaviors for one year.
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Researchers recommend that mothers with small children pay more attention to reducing stress.
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