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Last Updated on April 13, 2017 by Marie Bautista
posits that lack of exposure to dirt, germs, and other microorganisms makes you
more susceptible to allergies and other diseases. Just as a vaccination makes you immune from
future diseases by introducing you to weakenedstrains of the disease, being
exposed to pathogens can also strengthen your immune system.
and grimegoes against their instinct of protecting young ones from harm. So how
clean is too clean even for kids?
encounter dispensers of sanitizers, reminders for us to wash our hands, and mini
alcohol gel bottles hanging from everyone’s bags. While the risk of infection
diseases is high, studies have shown that the cleanest kids have the highest
risk of eczema and asthma.
and hovering parents mean that fewer kids play outside than they did 10 years
ago. Outdoor kids aged three and below consume an average of 500 mg of soil a
day, and despite its myriad bacteria, regular dirt is
harmless and can even benefit kids’ immune systems.
washing hands and staying indoors most of the time, children may not be as
exposed to allergens when their environment is hospital-like and sprayed with
antiseptic every hour. Skin and food allergies have risen steadily in the last
14 years in developed countries, wherekids’ environments are generally cleaner.
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