> Oral presentation Origins of respiratory diseases: do early life exposure and diet really matter?
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10:40 - 11:40
Origins of respiratory diseases: do early life exposure and diet really matter?
Abstracts presented in this session are also available as E-posters from 24 August 2020
Epidemiology, Pulmonary function testing, Public health
Pollen exposure in pregnancy and infancy and risk of childhood asthma
C. Lundholm(Stockholm, Sweden)
Early-life exposure to air pollution and lung function development into adolescence: the GINIplus/LISA birth cohorts
Q. ZHAO(Düsseldorf, Germany)
Impaired infant lung function in relation to air pollution exposure
B. Lundberg(Stockholm, Sweden)
Pro-inflammatory and low quality maternal diet in pregnancy and the risk of childhood lower lung function and asthma: a meta-analysis of 18,000 children
R. Mensink-Bout(Rotterdam, Netherlands)
Dietary vitamin A intake and lung function in childhood: longitudinal study
M. Talaei Pashiri(London, United Kingdom)
Reduced antenatal and birth size and time to onset of asthma
S. Turner(Aberdeen (Aberdeenshire), United Kingdom)
Childhood bronchitis and adult respiratory outcomes: a prospective study from age 7 to 53 years
J. Perret(Melbourne (VIC), Australia)
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