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Figure S1. Prevalence of self-reported allergic disease among mothers and fathers of 2413 children in the BAMSE birth cohort at baseline.

Table S1. Definitions of parental allergic disease in the BAMSE birth cohort, Stockholm, Sweden.

Table S2. Background characteristics of participants in the BAMSE birth cohort, Stockholm, Sweden.

Table S3. Patterns of parental allergic diseases, isolated or in combinations, and the odds for allergic rhinitis at 8 years of age, stratified for asthma, among 2406 children in the BAMSE birth cohort.

Table S4. Maternal vs paternal allergic disease, restricted to parents reporting doctor's diagnosis of asthma, hay fever or eczema, and the risk of allergic and nonallergic rhinitis at 8 years of age, with the different diseases analyzed as separate categorical variables stratified into mother, father or both, among 2413 children, in the BAMSE birth cohort.

Table S5. Patterns of parental allergic diseases, isolated or in combinations, and the odds for allergic and nonallergic rhinitis at 8 years of age, restricted to parents reporting doctor's diagnosis of hay fever, asthma or eczema, among 2413 children in the BAMSE birth cohort.

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