Asthma

Fish oil in pregnancy fails to halt the march to infant wheeze


The apparent protective effect of prenatal omega-3 supplements against allergic wheeze and rhinitis in babies does not endure in children beyond one year of age, Australian research suggests. While studies have shown maternal omega-3 supplementation in pregnancy may protect offspring against allergic sensitisation, new long-term follow up data show that  the “atopic march” of progression ...

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