Age Specific Prevalence

Age-Specific prevalence data suggest a progressive decrease in lactose absorption with age in African American children studied in the United States. This progressive decrease was seen in a study of 409 African American children 13 months to 12 years of age. The population was stratified by age to have approximately equal representation in each 12-month category. The mean age of the children studied was 6.6 years. The study subjects were drawn from four well child clinic sites and a private pediatrician's office in Baltimore, Maryland. All subjects were in good health as determined by history and a review of recent clinic visits. The children were free of any overt intestinal or allergic disorders and had no recent history of gastroenteritis.

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