Children born in the fall have a higher tendency to develop asthma and allergies. The corresponding conclusions were made based on the results of a study by scientists from the National Jewish Health Center in the US state of Colorado, reports the Daily Mail.
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In the course of the work, its authors were able to find a more pronounced tendency to asthma and allergies in those born in the fall. They are also more likely to develop hay fever. Allergic reactions often lead to more serious health problems. This situation can be caused, according to scientists, by a bacterial environment.
Allergies can develop in infancy when allergens penetrate the child's dry and often cracked skin. As part of a new study, experts will check whether children's skin is actually less protected during the fall. With the right approach, it will be possible to stop the development of the atopic march, scientists say.