Fall Babies May Have Higher Asthma Risk

Parents who are concerned about having a child with asthma may want to consider which month they conceive, a new study suggests. Children born in the fall months, before the height of cold and flu season, may be more likely to develop childhood asthma than babies born at other times, according to a new study published in the American Journal of Respiratory and Critical Care Medicine. A team of researchers led by Dr. Tina Hartert, director of the Center for Asthma Research and Environmental...Full Story
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