Prenatal exposure to air pollution increases risk of childhood allergic rhinitis and asthma
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 Prenatal exposure to air pollution increases risk of childhood allergic rhinitis and asthmaPrenatal exposure to air pollution increases risk of childhood allergic rhinitis and asthma
 
In a recent study published in the Journal of Allergy and Clinical Immunology, researchers assessed the impact of prenatal exposure to air pollution on immune perturbations.
 
 
 Air pollution exposure during infancy impacts a child's gut bacteria, may increase disease riskAir pollution exposure during infancy impacts a child's gut bacteria, may increase disease risk
 
Exposure to air pollution in the first six months of life impacts a child's inner world of gut bacteria, or microbiome, in ways that could increase risk of allergies, obesity and diabetes, and even influence brain development, suggests new CU Boulder research.
 
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Researchers review current knowledge regarding the generation of immune memory responses and their durability post-infection and vaccination.
 
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 Medical school-based culinary medicine programs seek to improve nutrition education
 
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 Children more likely to develop asthma if their father was exposed to second-hand smoke in childhood
 
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 The "Big Three" of Biocompatibility Testing
 
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