Will Soy Isoflavones Prevent Wheezing in Risky Infants?
2 days ago - By Medindia Health
New clinical trial will assess whether a soy supplement in infancy can prevent asthma in risky kids. This will be one of the earliest precision medicine approaches to asthma prevention.
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