Infant feeding and childhood atopy: does early introduction of non-milk fluids
Studies on the role of non-milk fluids in the development of child atopic disease are scarce. We had a unique opportunity to investigate prospective association between the introduction of fruit syrup, orange juice, sterilized water, vitamins and honey at 1 month and the development of child atopic disease. The exposure of interest was measured by parental report of non-milk fluids introduction to infants aged 1 month at the Tasmanian Infant Health Survey, 1988-89, Tasmania. Data on the...[Show more]
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