Growing up – how to give your children a good start in life
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Reporting in the journal Pediatrics , researchers say that babies who grow up in homes with a pet — namely a dog or a cat — are less likely to get sick than children who live pet-free. Previous research has linked the presence of pets with a lower risk of allergies among babies, while a recent study in mice found that exposure to household dust from homes with a dog prevented infection with a common respiratory virus that is thought to increase the risk of childhood asthma. So, how do pets protect against these diseases? The fact that kids in pet-friendly homes got fewer antibiotics to treat respiratory infections is encouraging.
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