Heartburn drugs during pregnancy raise asthma risk

03/23/2008 | WebMD

A review of data on nearly 30,000 children finds children born to women who take prescription acid blockers for heartburn during pregnancy are 51% more likely to suffer asthma symptoms, such as wheezing and breathing difficulties.

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