Study: Caesarean-section babies show higher allergy rates

10/22/2004 | MSNBC

Babies who are born by Caesarean section may have a higher risk of developing certain allergies and diarrhea in their first year, a new study says. Researchers in Germany found babies delivered by C-section had double the rates of sensitivity to cow's milk and other food allergens than infants who were delivered vaginally.

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