Omega-3 and Omega-6 Intake Modifies Asthma Severity and Response to Indoor Air Pollution in Children

Volume: 199, Issue: 12, Pages: 1478 - 1486
Published: Jun 15, 2019
Abstract
Rationale: Higher indoor particulate matter (PM) concentrations are linked with increased asthma morbidity. Dietary intake of fatty acids, also linked with asthma outcomes, may influence this relationship.Objectives: To determine the relationship between omega-3 and omega-6 fatty acid intake and pediatric asthma morbidity, and the association between fatty acid intake and strength of indoor, PM-related asthma symptoms, albuterol use, and...
Paper Details
Title
Omega-3 and Omega-6 Intake Modifies Asthma Severity and Response to Indoor Air Pollution in Children
Published Date
Jun 15, 2019
Volume
199
Issue
12
Pages
1478 - 1486
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