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Study: Babies born in fall more likely to have allergies

[TRENDING: Mom kicked off flight after toddler won’t wear mask | Cops: Man stabs librarian in eye with scissors | UCF to conduct random COVID-19 tests on students]But researchers at National Jewish Health say many allergic conditions likely start in infancy with eczema leading to food allergies, asthma and hay fever later in childhood.And when you’re born plays into it, according to the study’s lead author, Dr.

Jessica Hui.“We found that children born in the fall, which is September, October and November, are at higher risk of developing these allergic conditions,” Hui said.Why that’s the case is the million-dollar question.It’s something still being studied specifically when it comes to how temperature changes affect the skin.“We have a.

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