Indoor metabolites may indicate childhood asthma, allergic rhinitis risks

Indoor metabolites and chemicals may be more accurate indicators of risks for childhood asthma and allergic rhinitis than the indoor microbiome, according to a study published in Eco-Environment and Health.
Interventions that target these metabolites and chemicals may help prevent or mitigate these diseases, Yu Sun, PhD, College of Life Sciences, South China Agricultural University, Guangzhou, China, and colleagues wrote.
The case-control study involved 32 children with asthma, 37 children with allergic rhinitis, 28 with both and 52 healthy controls from middle schools in three geographically

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