Children Born to Mothers with Vitamin E Low Level May Have Higher Risk of Asthma

A new research that will be presented on Saturday at the American Academy of Allergy, Asthma & Immunology annual meeting suggests that children born to moms with low levels of vitamin E might be at higher risk of developing asthma later.vitamin E

For the study, a team of scientists tracked health of more than 650 kids and their mothers within the children’s first year of life. They found that kids who wheezed or needed asthma treatment were more likely to have mothers who had lower levels of vitamin E right after birth.

Lead author Dr. Cosby Stone Vanderbilt University Medical Center in Nashville said that his team's previous research in mice had suggested the link between vitamin E and asthma.

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