As a parent, ensuring the cleanliness of your child is top priority. But, did you know that exposing children to germs at an early age can build immunity?
A research suggests that early exposure to bacteria is important to keep autoimmune diseases at bay, through life.
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The immune system is an interactive network of organs, cells and proteins that protect the body from viruses and bacteria or any foreign substances. Follow good habits to keep your immune system healthy.
Be it summer, winter or rains, some children are always prone to cold and flu. This article shows you how to strengthen your child’s immune system.
According to scientists, children exposed to rodent and pet dander, roach allergens and a wide variety of household bacteria in the first year of life appear less likely to suffer from allergies and asthma.
Exposure to germs in childhood is thought to help strengthen the immune system and protect children from developing allergies and asthma.
Too much cleanliness can be bad for children. The prevailing theory is that hypersanitised childhoods may be partly responsible for allergies, asthma, and other diseases. The idea is that early exposure to germs and dirt teaches an infant's immune...