TIMING CONCEPTION TO AVOID FLU SEASON BIRTHS MAY SAVE BABIES FROM ASTHMA

BY MONICA DOBIE

WHILE every nurse knows promoting healthy behaviour by pregnant mothers can help prevent illness in babies, new research suggests that nurses may be able to dispense crucial advice before a baby is even conceived. It could be as effective as telling new about the benefits of cutting out alcohol, tobacco and caffeine and the importance of eating healthily during pregnancy - and a lot simpler. What is it? Simply advising when conception should take place.
A new study published in the American Journal of Respiratory and Critical ...


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