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Study links asthma rate to birth month

By Leigh Hopper Oberholzer
Globe Correspondent / December 1, 2008

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Babies born four months before the peak of cold and flu season - in other words, roughly now - are 30 percent more likely to develop childhood asthma than children born at any other time of year, new research suggests. (Full article: 954 words)

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