Childhood vaccinations don't raise allergy risk

11/7/2008 | Reuters

German researchers studied almost 2,200 children, ages 1 to 2, who had active atopic dermatitis and a family history of allergies. Data showed no link between any of the routine childhood vaccines and an increased risk of allergic sensitization or more severe eczema.

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