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Overweight Proxies Are Associated with Atopic Asthma: A Matched Case-Control Study.

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Summary of "Overweight Proxies Are Associated with Atopic Asthma: A Matched Case-Control Study."

Many studies have documented a link between overweight and asthma in children with contradictory results regarding the best way to measure overweight. Moreover, often, the dynamic development of atopy, overweight, and asthma is controlled for age dependency insufficiently.

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Name: Hormone research in paediatrics
ISSN: 1663-2826
Pages: 1-11

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