Swimming before age 2 raises bronchiolitis risk

01/27/2010 | Reuters

The risk of bronchiolitis is higher for children who start swimming in chlorinated pools before age 2, study data showed. Researchers said young swimmers who develop the infection also have a higher risk of asthma and respiratory allergies by kindergarten.

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