Birth Month Affects Child's Risk for Developing Allergies
… has found that the birth month of the child is determinative whether he is at a higher risk of developing allergies later on in life. Asthma risk is increased in babies born during autumn and winter while babies born during autumn have a higher …
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Kashechewan skin infections exacerbated by 'social emergency'
One of three doctors who flew to a remote northern Ontario community to look into reports of dozens of serious skin infections said the team has examined 51 people and found no other cases that looked “remotely like” three children airlifted out for …
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Most of the rashes and sores in Kashechewan caused by eczema
Ontario's Health Minister, Jane Philpott, is saying that the situation in Kashechewan First Nation is under control, with medical teams from her ministry examining more than 30 children in the isolated reserve community for skin rashes and sores that …
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Hydrolyzed formula not linked to lower rates of asthma, allergies
The researchers also found no evidence to support a U.S. Food and Drug Administration-approved claim that a partially hydrolyzed formula could reduce the risk of eczema, or another conclusion that hydrolyzed formula could prevent an allergy to cow's milk.
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