Child's asthma risk is linked to mom's folate levels in pregnancy

03/5/2010 | Medscape (free registration)

Children have a higher risk of developing asthma by age 3 if their mothers had high plasma folate levels during pregnancy, Norwegian researchers said. The data add to recent research showing an association between folate supplements in early pregnancy and an increased risk for respiratory disease in children up to 18 months.

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