Asthma control worse in chaotic families

Putting structured routines in place may improve asthma care, researchers suggest
Reuters Health
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Children living in chaotic and disorganised families are more likely to have poor asthma control, a US study suggests.

Researchers studied 223 trial participants aged 5-16 with uncontrolled asthma taking part in a community-based study among largely Hispanic children living in an urban setting.