Humidity, temperature changes affect children's asthma

09/23/2009 | Reuters

A University of Michigan study found more children go to hospital emergency rooms for asthma attacks after changes in humidity and increases in outdoor temperatures. Data showed every 10% decrease or increase in relative humidity translated into about one additional visit, while each 10-degree temperature jump led to almost two more visits.

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