Stress during pregnancy may raise child's asthma risk

03/18/2010 | Medscape (free registration)

U.S. researchers said a woman's level of psychological stress during pregnancy can influence her unborn infant's immune response, raising the child's risk of asthma. The study, which included mostly urban minority women, linked stress to different patterns of cord blood cytokine production in response to environmental stimuli.

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