Children Born Outside U.S. Have Lower Prevalence of Allergic Disease, Roosevelt Hospital Center Study
4/30/2013 7:36:48 AM
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A study by Jonathan I. Silverberg, M.D., Ph.D., M.P.H., of St. Luke's—Roosevelt Hospital Center, New York, and colleagues suggests children living the in the United States but born outside the U.S. have a lower prevalence of allergic disease that increases after residing in the United States for one decade.
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