Coeliac disease less common in winter babies

The seasons appear to play a role in a child’s risk of developing coeliac disease, Swedish researchers say.

Their study shows importance of climate in coeliac incidence, with children born in the chillier northern areas of Sweden also having lower odds of developing the disease than elsewhere in the country.

Risk for children born during spring, summer and autumn was about 10% higher than for those born

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