June 9, 2014 Sophie Weiner

According to a new study from John Hopkins Medicine, newborns who are exposed to rodent dander, “roach allergens” and various household bacteria before the age of one, have a lower chance of developing asthma or wheezing later on in childhood. Infants who grew up in homes with mouse and cat dander and cockroach droppings in the first year […]

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