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Q:In the most recent issue, Vol 2 No 6, you were asked "Are there any harmful side effects from the routine use of X-ray by dentists to examine teeth for cavities or from lamps used to harden non amalgam fillings?" You dealt with the first half of this question very ably and interestingly, but as far as I could see, you did not address yourself to the second half of the question at all
Q:What is the best way for an expectant mother, living in London, to protect her unborn child from pollution (ie, air) and also the best way to prevent allergies (ie, asthma, eczema) from developing in a baby even before it is born and in the first few years