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Title Does the introduction of cows milk in early infancy lead to type 1 diabetes?
Description This article describes the role played by the early introduction of cow’s milk into the infant diet in the aetiology of diabetes
Creation Date 20 October 2006
Doc type Article
Document Abstract:
Type 1 diabetes is a multifactorial disease typically developing during childhood. Several factors have been implicated as aetiological agents, including genetics (Couper 2001), viral exposure (Gale 2004), maternal age (Bingley 2000) and vitamin D status (Harris 2002). The role played by the early introduction of cow’s milk into the infant diet is considered in this review.
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