Cultural beliefs seem to affect parents ‘ Views Of Children asthma, addiction treatment, StudyParents’ cultural beliefs influence how they see their children asthma and its treatment, according to to a British study in the Archives of Disease in Childhood published, Reuters Health reports. The study examined treated with a survey of parents of 150 children with asthma clinics in London. The survey population, had 41 parents a South Asian background, 42 black from other races, including the Caribbean and sub-Saharan Africa were, while the rest of parents of were white..
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