Growing up near a park cuts a person’s risk of developing asthma in adulthood, a study has found.

Those who lived within 100 meters of ‘green spaces’ as children are up to 71 percent less likely to develop the characteristic asthma symptom wheezing.

And researchers discovered they were also less likely to develop breathlessness, coughs that woke them up or late-onset asthma.

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