Plant pollen and its role in asthma in children
Studies show that exposure to pollen in the last 3 months of pregnancy greatly increases the risk of asthma attacks in the baby. A study by Swedish researchers on the condition of more than 110,000 pregnant women shows that high levels of plant pollen in the mother’s blood increase the risk of asthma in infants by 35%.
Plant pollen and asthma
Pollen from grass, trees and flowers is scattered in the air and its number varies according to the season and year to year, but from late spring to early autumn the amount of scattering is more. According to this research, smoking, baby sex, pregnancy stage and delivery season are also effective.
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