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Baby milk powder link to wheeze

25th March 2008

Research by the University of Birmingham has found a link between exposure to baby milk powder and respiratory problems.

The team studied workers at a powdered milk factory in Thailand. The team's leader Dr Maritta Jaakkola said: "Nannies, and bakers, both groups who are exposed to milk powder during their working life, may also benefit from respiratory tests."

 

 

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Article Information

Title: Baby milk powder link to wheeze
Author: Jess Laurence
Article Id: 6073
Date Added: 25th Mar 2008

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