One of the chronic conditions affecting millions of people around the globe is asthma. You could blame the time when you are born if you are suffering from this respiratory condition.
Recent research from the Research Center for Asthma and Environmental Medicine at Vanderbilt University suggests that children born were born shortly before the fall months, more susceptible to respiratory infections in early childhood as their colleagues fall months. This could lead to the develop asthma.
Months before the fall, to enjoy a future flu and cold season. Consequently, many couples who go for the baby to think about the clock of the month if the grasp. This decision could make a difference to the respiratory health of their child.
The study is published in print in the journal American Journal of Respiratory and Critical Care Medicine. The survey was conducted by Dr. Tina Hartert was Director of the Center for Asthma Research and Environment, Health.
The findings of the research, after reviewing the records of more than 95,000 children and their mothers in Tennessee, USA.