Infant allergies linked to air pollution by new Canadian study
from CBC News
A new study suggests that babies exposed to air pollution in their first year of life are more likely to develop allergies to food, mould, pets or pests. The Canadian study, which surveyed more than 2,700 children in four cities across Canada, is the first to link air pollution and allergies in infants, according to Michael Brauer, the study's senior author.
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