Babies born in high pollen months more likely to wheeze

April 2009
Foods Matter (UK);Apr2009, p17
The article discusses research on wheezing in children conducted by researchers at the Center for Children's Environmental Health Research of the University of California, Berkeley. According to the study of 514 children, those born during winter and fall, a time when level of mould is high, are more at risk of wheezing by the age of two.


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