Maternal smoking increases risk of allergic sensitization and wheezing only in children with allergic predisposition: longitudinal analysis from birth to 10 years

@article{Keil2009MaternalSI,
  title={Maternal smoking increases risk of allergic sensitization and wheezing only in children with allergic predisposition: longitudinal analysis from birth to 10 years},
  author={T. Keil and S. Lau and S. Roll and C. Gr{\"u}ber and R. Nickel and B. Niggemann and U. Wahn and S. Willich and M. Kulig},
  journal={Allergy},
  year={2009},
  volume={64}
}
Background:  The role of passive smoking for allergies and asthma in children above the age of 3 years remains unclear and possible interactive effects with parental allergies have not been formally evaluated in long‐term studies. To examine the interaction of passive smoking and an allergic predisposition regarding allergic sensitization, allergic airway symptoms and respiratory infections during the first 10 years of life. 
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