New Swedish research has revealed that a dog with a dog is associated with asthma risk, especially when it is a female.
A new large-scale study conducted by the Carolyn Institute and the University of Uppsala reviewed the National Registry for all children born in Sweden in 2001-2004, with a total of 23,585 infants who had a dog's life at their own home.
Researchers have examined each dog's sex, breed, size, and their characteristics as "hypoallergenic," and at six years of age, each individual feature and relationship of asthma, allergic diagnosis, or asthma or allergic recipes.
He also took into account all the factors that may affect the risk of childhood asthma and allergic reactions, for example, whether the parents have asthma or any other allergies or other siblings.
According to the magazine Scientific Reports, the prevalence of asthma in the sixth year was 5.4 percent, but some of these characteristics of the dogs have led to a decrease in this risk. Only 16 percent of children with domestic dogs were at risk of asthma. Children with male dogs and two or more dogs were 21 percent less than those who live in dogs.
Children who have been dogged dogs are afraid of asthma.
According to researchers, parents are described as "hypoallergenic" rather than anecdote children with asthma and allergic children.
However, the impact of these breeds is associated with a 27% high risk of allergies, but the risk of asthma is not high. In addition, the researchers are also reducing the risk of "allergy-friendly" seeds and asthma.
While previous studies have identified links between dog breeding and childhood asthma, it is still unclear whether dog characteristics can change this risk.
"The dog's weight may affect the amount of allergens released, and we do not know that men's dogs are much more allergens than dogs and dogs," explains Tove Fol. It also describes some breeds as anecoxic "hypoallergenic" or "allergic" and is considered suitable for people with allergies, but there is no scientific evidence for that.
Potential explanations for this high risk are that dogs often have dogs with allergic history, and dogs with "allergic friendship" do not actually reduce allergens, "said Katharina Almistrist Malmros, who conducted the study with Fall.
"We need to be careful about the fact that we can not say anything," he said. "There is a great deal of research to track the difference in time, to measure the risk of allergy using biomarkers and to take microflora."
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