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Belderbos, M. E., Houben, M. L., van Bleek, G. M., Schuijff, L., van Uden, N. O. P., Bloemen‐Carlier, E. M., ... & Bont, L. J. (2012). Breastfeeding modulates neonatal innate immune responses: a prospective birth cohort study. Pediatric Allergy and Immunology23(1), 65-74.

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Hanson, L. Å., Korotkova, M., Lundin, S., Håversen, L., SILFVERDAL, S. A., MATTSBY‐BALTZER, I. N. G. E. R., ... & Telemo, E. (2003). The transfer of immunity from mother to child. Annals of the New York Academy of Sciences,987(1), 199-206.

Howard, C. R., & Lawrence, R. A. (1999). Drugs and breastfeeding. Clinics in perinatology26(2), 447-478.

Karmaus, W., Dobai, A. L., Ogbuanu, I., Arshard, S. H., Matthews, S., & Ewart, S. (2008). Long-term effects of breastfeeding, maternal smoking during pregnancy, and recurrent lower respiratory tract infections on asthma in children. Journal of Asthma45(8), 688-695.

Kull, I., Wickman, M., Lilja, G., Nordvall, S. L., & Pershagen, G. (2002). Breast feeding and allergic diseases in infants—a prospective birth cohort study.Archives of disease in childhood87(6), 478-481.

Labbok, M. H., Clark, D., & Goldman, A. S. (2004). Breastfeeding: maintaining an irreplaceable immunological resource. Nature Reviews Immunology4(7), 565-572.

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Oddy, W. H. (2001). Breastfeeding protects against illness and infection in infants and children: a review of the evidence. Breastfeeding review: professional publication of the Nursing Mothers' Association of Australia9(2), 11-18.

Odijk, J. V., Kull, I., Borres, M. P., Brandtzaeg, P., Edberg, U., Hanson, L. Å., ... & Wille, S. (2003). Breastfeeding and allergic disease: a multidisciplinary review of the literature (1966–2001) on the mode of early feeding in infancy and its impact on later atopic manifestations. Allergy58(9), 833-843.

Parker, W., Foltz, E., & Zhang, A. Q. (2013). Decreased Breastfeeding as One Factor on a Short List That Causes Pandemics of Allergic and Autoimmune Disease. Clinical Lactation4(3), 123-130.