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Kids' asthma more likely to linger with pet allergies

NEW YORK (Reuters Health) - Though many children with asthma eventually grow out of the condition, a severe case in childhood or allergies to furry animals may each signal asthma that will persist into young adulthood, according to a new study. Full story

Ahead of the Bell: Array BioPharma shares climb

Shares of Array BioPharma Inc. jumped in premarket trading Tuesday after the drug developer said its potential allergic asthma treatment fared much better than a placebo in mid-stage testing. Full story

Fat, Fiber in Diet Linked with Asthma

People with asthma who eat a diet low in fat and high in fiber may be better off than those who eat less healthfully, a new study suggests. Full story

After daughter is stabbed to death, mom loses son

   Tejuana Reeves talks about the death of her son, who died after suffering a severe asthma attack, months after her daughter’s gruesome murder. KNSV’s Sandra Gonzalez reports.

Regeneron, Sanofi asthma drug seen as potential game changer

(Reuters) - A new type of asthma drug meant to attack the underlying causes of the respiratory disease slashed episodes by 87 percent in a mid-stage trial, making it a potential game changer for patients with moderate to severe disease, researchers said on Tuesday. Full story

Sucking on your kid's pacifier: good idea or gross?

NEW YORK (Reuters Health) - Toddlers are less likely to have asthma and itchy rashes if their parents "cleaned" their pacifiers by sucking on them when the kids were infants, a small new study suggests. Full story

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  Combatting asthma with heat

An asthma patient says that the new procedure has provided him with great relief and has been an "amazing turn of events" for him. KARE's Renee Tessman reports.

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