Asthma warning

October 20, 1995

Parents whose children suffer from asthma may make the condition worse by changing bedding from feather to synthetic fillings, according to researchers at St George's Hospital, London in this week's British Medical Journal. The findings suggest that synthetics may release gases that could make the child susceptible to allergens.

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