Researchers present a potential test to predict a baby’s asthma risk in their first year of life and the preventive treatments that can follow. September 13, 2022September 15, 2022Dr. Barry Dworkin Medical Mythbusting Commentary for September 13, 2022 Researchers present a potential test to predict a baby's asthma risk in their first year of life and the preventive treatments that can follow. Play Now | Play in Popup | Download Source:By better predicting asthma risk, preventive treatments could bypass disease development Reference:Lipopolysaccharide-induced interferon response networks at birth are predictive of severe viral lower respiratory infections in the first year of life Related posts: School policy of locking up child's own asthma inhalers likely led to his death It’s week 38! Get out your inhalers kids. The peak week for childhood asthma exacerbations. Researchers explain why children in Eastern Ontario born before 2015 are at increased risk of developing complex pneumonia Our odd “moderate” flu season still caused considerable harm. Non smokers who start vaping are at risk of harm despite the misconception that it is a safe practice.