The contents of a baby’s first poop may help predict a child’s likelihood of developing allergies later on, a new… Read more »
Tag: allergy prevention
Staph Infection in Eczema Emerges as Food Allergy Risk Factor
British researchers have made significant findings to suggest Staphylococcus aureus bacteria on the skin of young children with severe eczema… Read more »
Baby Food Products for Early Allergen Introduction Hit Market
New thinking on allergy prevention serves as the springboard to a category of baby foods that introduce peanut – and… Read more »
Child’s Best Friend: The Dog Unleashed as the Surprising Allergy Preventer
A number of recent studies have revealed that exposing children to a dog in the early years helps protect allergies from developing later in life.
More Evidence of Protective Effect of Early-Life Dog Exposure
Researchers learn more about the protective effect to allergies granted by early-life dog exposure.
Sucking Baby’s Pacificier May Halt Allergies. Yes, Really.
A study finds that parents who “cleaned” pacifiers with their own saliva exposed their babies to important microbes.