Metal Deposits in Baby Teeth May Predict IBD

<![CDATA[]]>(MedPage Today) — Environmental exposure to metallic toxins in early life may be a risk factor for inflammatory bowel disease (IBD), and may help explain the rising incidence of IBD in the urbanized world, according to a small study of Portuguese…

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