Babies Exposed to Dirt and Bacteria Less Likely to Suffer from Allergies

June 6, 2014 3:18 PM

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A recent study conducted by the Johns Hopkins Children's Center and other institutions found that children exposed to dirt and bacteria during their first 12 months were less likely to develop allergic reactions, asthma and wheezing.

A recent study conducted by the Johns Hopkins Children's Center and other institutions found that children exposed to dirt and bacteria during their first 12 months were less likely to develop allergic reactions, asthma and wheezing.

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