Canada Children born in the fall are at increased risk of allergies

22:30  13 september  2020
22:30  13 september  2020 Source:   covermgfeed.com

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" Fall birth is associated with increased risk of food allergy , and this risk is greatest among those most likely to have seasonal variation in vitamin D during infancy (Caucasians) and those at risk for skin barrier dysfunction (subjects with a history of eczema), suggesting that vitamin D and the skin barrier

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A study from the National Jewish Health Center in Denver, Colo., Found that children born in the fall have a higher risk of developing allergic diseases.

Researchers have investigated why food allergies are on the rise and have determined that many allergic conditions probably start in infancy with eczema and lead to a chain of allergic reactions such as asthma, common cold hay and food allergies later in childhood. This chain reaction is known as the “atopic walk”.

Their latest study showed that the time of year a baby is born can be a risk factor. “We looked at all of the children treated at our clinic and those born in the fall were much more likely to have any conditions associated with atopic gait,” said senior author Jessica Hui, pediatrician at National Jewish Health.

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experience symptoms by age 5. Children born into families that have a history of allergic diseases such as asthma or hay fever are at an increased risk for eczema. Some young children with severe eczema benefit from food allergy testing and potential removal of certain specific foods from their diet.

For children , severe food allergies are the most common reasons for anaphylaxis, but in rare cases, medications such as antibiotics and aspirin can be If your baby is at high risk of developing allergies or asthma, reducing your baby’s exposure early in life to dust mites may help prevent future allergic

"Now we are learning more about the reasons for this phenomenon and we strongly believe that it is due to bacteria in the skin and how they affect the skin barrier" explained the pediatrician. So, she writes, children with eczema have itchy, dry, cracked skin that often has high levels of the harmful bacteria Staphylococcus aureus (Staphylococcus aureus), which weakens its ability to block allergies and to pathogens.

"When food particles are able to penetrate the skin rather than being digested, the body sees them as foreign bodies and creates antibodies against them, which causes an allergy in the child," added Dr Hui. .

The team is currently running a clinical trial to explain why babies born in the fall - September, October and November - are at higher risk and to find ways to stop atopic walking.

"We think that if we can intervene at a very young age, even just after the baby has come out of the womb, it is potentially a way for us to try to stop the development of this atopic march", Dr Hui explained.

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