Pregnant women who eat low-fat yoghurt can increase the risk of their child developing asthma and hay fever, a study says. At the European Respiratory Society conference, researchers will suggest this could be due to an absence of protective fatty acids in yoghurt.
September 18, 2011
Low-fat yoghurt ‘child asthma risk’ during pregnancy
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