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The findings have been published online in the European Respiratory Journal.
Has served on various editorial boards, was the first European Associate Editor of the American Journal of Respiratory and Critical Care Medicine and was recently Chief Editor of the European Respiratory Journal.
The findings, published online today (22 March 2013) ahead of print in the European Respiratory Journal, come as the European Commission has declared 2013 the 'Year of Air', which highlights the importance of clean air for all and focuses on actions to improve air quality across the EU.
The new study was done by Professor Chris Butler at the School of Medicine along with 14 European centres, and was published in the European Respiratory Journal.
[ii] Data from the European Respiratory Journal January 1, 2008 vol.
Irritating toxicants in cigarette smoke, such as carbon monoxide (CO) and sulfur dioxide (SO,), also are constituents of vehicular emissions, so it's not surprising that children exposed to high levels of traffic pollution also have more ear infections, as shown by studies published in the September 2006 EHP and the May 2007 European Respiratory Journal.
The authors of the study referenced an article in the April 2002 issue of the European Respiratory Journal that led to the answer.
The study, published in the European Respiratory Journal, wrongly claims an association between asthma in children and household cleaning products and air freshener use during the mothers' pregnancy.