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Title: BabyBathe study protocol: A randomised controlled feasibility trial to change baby bathing practice during the first months of life
Author(s): Perkin, Michael
Ussher, Michael
Goldsmith, Lucy P
Flohr, Carsten
Roberts, Amanda
Cornelius, Victoria
Wahlich, Charlotte
Willis, Kathryn
Boyle, Robert J
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Issue Date: 10-Mar-2024
Date Deposited: 19-Mar-2024
Citation: Perkin M, Ussher M, Goldsmith LP, Flohr C, Roberts A, Cornelius V, Wahlich C, Willis K & Boyle RJ (2024) BabyBathe study protocol: A randomised controlled feasibility trial to change baby bathing practice during the first months of life. <i>Clinical and Experimental Allergy</i>.
Abstract: First paragraph: Eczema carries the highest global burden of all skin diseases and produces substantial disease-related morbidity worldwide and affects up to 15% of infants and 6% of older children. Eczema prevalence and time trends vary considerably between countries, but overall eczema appears to be increasing globally by an absolute rate of around 1% per decade in children and adolescents. Eczema is not a new disease, but the significant variation in eczema prevalence and time trends between and within populations suggests that the condition may be partly preventable.
DOI Link: 10.1111/cea.14464
Rights: This is an open access article under the terms of the Creative Commons Attribution License, which permits use, distribution and reproduction in any medium, provided the original work is properly cited.
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