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02 Oct 2006

Failure to thrive
Can asthma cause a baby not to thrive and how can you distinguish between brocholitis and asthma.
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childhood diseases
paediatrician

01 Jan 0001

Asthma can cause failure to thrive in a child. When a child has had several wheezing episodes and especially if there is a family history of allergies then asthma is likely.
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