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Let your kids get dirty

Let the children play outside and get dirty
Let the children play outside and get dirty
 

Nothing really new to the proponents of the theory hygienist who claim that the long boom of allergies in children, including eczema and allergic rhinitis, is caused by too low activation of their immune defenses.

To summarize: using anti-bacterial soaps and cleaning wipes each time a child gets a little dirty, our children are no longer in contact with the bacteria, from which they are learning to defend themselves.

In turn, researchers at the University of California, San Diego, are asking parents to "let their children play outside and get dirty."

Not only it does not harm their health, but also it does them good because it allows certain bacteria to "boost" their immune defenses.

Thus, when encounter an allergen, the inflammatory response will be less violent.

 
 
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