Parents Who Suck on Their Infants' Pacifiers May Protect Their Children Against Developing Allergy, University of Gothenburg Study

Published: May 08, 2013

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Allergies are very common in industrialized countries. It has been suggested that exposure to harmless bacteria during infancy may be protective against the development of allergy. However, it has been difficult to pinpoint which bacteria a baby should be exposed to, and at what time and by which route this exposure should ideally occur.

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