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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.
Researchers learn more about the protective effect to allergies granted by early-life dog exposure.
A study finds that parents who “cleaned” pacifiers with their own saliva exposed their babies to important microbes.