Native and foreign born as predictors of pediatric asthma in an Asian immigrant population: a cross sectional survey.

Brugge, Doug.
Lee, Angela C.
Woodin, Mark.
Rioux, Christine.
2007

Background: Asthma prevalence is lower in less developed countries and among some recent immigrant populations in the US, but the reasons for this are not clear. One possibility is that early childhood infections are protective against asthma.

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Brugge, Doug, Angela C. Lee, Mark Woodin, and Christine Rioux. "Native and foreign born as predictors of pediatric asthma in an Asian immigrant population: a cross sectional survey." Environmental Health 6, no. 1 (12, 2007): 1-8.
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