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Cesarean increases allergy risk

Data analysis by researchers has indicated that babies delivered by cesarean section had a double risk of developing an allergy at the age of one. These babies were also more prone to diarrhea and problems with cow’s milk digestion.

Source: summary of medical news story as reported by The WBAL Channel

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About: Cesarean increases allergy risk

Date: 21 October 2004

Source: The WBAL Channel


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