Smoking during pregnancy puts children at increased asthma risk
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Smoking during pregnancy by mothers or grandmothers puts the child at an increased risk of developing asthma, but the root cause behind this was so far not well understood. Now, a new study has found that changes in a process called DNA methylation …
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