New Study Links Allergies & Snoring

An estimated 40 million children in the western world suffer from allergies, and a recent study suggests that they are more likely to snore. The study found that young children diagnosed with atopy–a tendency to develop allergies and asthma–are also prone to frequent snoring. Children who tested positive for atopy were found to be nearly twice as likely to be habitual snorers as non-atopic children. Read the full article here.

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