Babies' susceptibility to colds linked to immune response at birth

Innate differences in immunity can be detected at birth, according to new research at Washington University School of Medicine in St. Louis. And babies with a better innate response to viruses have fewer respiratory illnesses in the first year of life. Source: Washington University School of Medicine - Discipline: Health

Babies' susceptibility to colds linked to immune response at birth

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