New CHILD video: Link between traffic pollution and allergy risk

A new CHILD Study video shows how breathing in traffic fumes during infancy can increase the risk of allergies later on.

CHILD is following 3,500 Canadian children from pre-birth to school age and beyond to help us understand the causes of allergies, asthma, and other chronic diseases. Discoveries such as this will help scientists and clinicians detect health conditions sooner, treat them more effectively, and even prevent them from developing in the first place.

Access the new video from AllerGen’s website or YouTube channel.